Video: Why is a pineapple called a pineapple in English but is named anana in pretty much every other European language? Well, it's because English speakers saw the spiky fruit and thought of a pine cone and apple while other countries use the Tupi Guaraini (language used by natives in South America) word for pineapple, nana, which means excellent fruit. I mean, they're both kind of right! Find out other fun origins of words and common phrases in the video below by Life Noggin.
5 Fun Stories About The Origin Of Words And Other Common Phrases
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