The following etymological guesses are not so good, but they are
worthy of registration. One boy described a blackguard as one who
has been a shoeblack, '' while another thought he was a man dressed
in black.'' Polite'' is said to be derived from Pole, '' owing to
the affability of the Polish race. Heathen'' means covered with
heath''; but this explanation is commonplace when compared with the
brilliant guess--Heathen, from Latin haethum, ' faith, and en, '
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