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US News Why did you say of the one who has made him pigeon?

02:25  20 april  2021
02:25  20 april  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Dans l'émission d'Europe 1 © Pixabay in the emission of Europe 1 "Historically yours", Stéphane Bern looks at the roots of a French expression of everyday life. On Monday, he is interested in the origins of "to be pigeon", an avian expression that means that we get, and whose history goes back to France of the 16th century.

Stéphane Bern offers every day, in historically yours with Matthieu Christmas, to discover these expressions that one uses on a daily basis without necessarily knowing their origin. Monday, the facilitator explains the roots of the phrase "to be pigeon".

"What is the relationship between getting herself and the pigeons? When we are the turkey of the stuffing, when we have been fooled, it is sometimes said that we've pigeon". 16th century, the people of the high society was fond of a bird that is called the hoopo. It has a very supplied feather crest, which had to be removed before consuming it. In other words, had the Unbridled. This will give the verb "Duper".

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more and more rare, The bird was replaced by the pigeon, much easier to trap. The volatile was loved in the Middle Ages, as well as a means of communication that cooked cooked and well salted. The pigeon festival was a very good fertilizer for the vegetable. It was called that of Colombine.

The pigeon as a symbol of wealth

and when a lord had a dovecote it that To say he was rich. There was even a rule: the amount of pigeons that we had had to be proportional to the lands that were possessed. When a wedding arrived, he was commonplace that the lords make additional bows: understand pigeon holes in the dovecotters, to make believe that they had more than they had in real life.

Thus, we were passing as we were richer than one was, and the father of the future bride, who thought to marry his daughter richer than in reality, then "pigeon". "

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This is interesting!