Non-English-sounding words. I haven't looked up origins of any of these, so they may actually have come from other languages (which word isn't?), but are well-established in English to be considered native.spatula - a Swedish girl and her sister uvula jigger - a famous Irish dancenadir - the Prince of Saudi Arabiamusket - a tougher bread than baguettebillowy - French girl saying yes to Billaft - German exclamationI could go on.
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