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Such tales are considered superstition, folklore or unverified claims with exaggerated and/or inaccurate details. Old wives' tales often center on women's traditional concerns, such as pregnancy, puberty, social relations, health, herbalism and nutrition.Is there an old wives'tale about reading in the dark?
There's an old wives' tale in that country that the team who take the pitch first always loses. But don't believe the old wives' tale that it gets garlic off your breath. Old wives' tale: Reading in the dark or dim light will damage your eyes.What is the origin of the word wife?
Origins. In this context, the word wife means "woman" rather than "married woman". This usage stems from Old English wif ("woman") and is akin to the German Weib (also meaning "woman"). This sense of the word is still used in Modern English in constructions such as midwife and fishwife . Old wives' tales are often invoked...What is the origin of the word 'WIF'?
Origins. This usage stems from Old English wif ("woman") and is akin to the German Weib (also meaning "woman"). This sense of the word is still used in Modern English in constructions such as midwife and fishwife . Old wives' tales are often invoked to discourage certain behaviors, usually of children, or to share knowledge...