First Known Use: 13th century. Middle English peple, from Anglo-French pople, peple, peuple, from Latin populus
First Known Use: 13th century. Middle English, from Anglo-French, open space, from Latin platea broad street, from Greek plateia (hodos), Latin planta sole of the foot.
Ace, Base, Bass, Brace, Case, Chase, Dace, Face, Grace, Lace, Mace, Naas, Pace, Plaice, Race, Res, Space, Thrace, Trace, Vase, Wace
First Known Use: before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English, thing, assembly; akin to Old High German ding thing, assembly, Gothic theihs time.
Bring, Cling, Ching, Ding, Fling, King, Ling, Ming, Ping, Ring, Sing, Sling, Spring, Sting, String, Swing, Wing, Wring, Zing