A sports biographer’s latest book on the Bumblebees history has sparked debate about the origins of the term ‘fish’.
The book by Stephen Sorensen is based on research from the B.C. Museum and History, which found the term originated with the 18th century English writer, John Dryden, who used it to describe the bumblebees in his novel The Garden of Good and Evil.
Bumble bee (bumblebee) “I think the Bumbies are the only animal to ever have been associated with the term fish,” says Sorenesen.
“We’re talking about the Bumper-Headed Bumble, the Bum, the Puff-Puff Bumble and the Brown Bumble.”
The term has come up a lot in discussions of the origins and nature of the Bumpers, a species of bumble bee that has been around for more than 100 years.
“They’re the best bumble bees in the world,” says Ian Haughton, a curator at the British Museum in London.
“The only one in the whole world that is so much fun and so big and so long-lived, and they’re a pretty unique species.”
But is it really the origin of the word?
“There’s a lot of evidence that there was a lot more to it than just the word,” says Haughtons wife, Jennifer.
She says the term is derived from the Greek word bryantos, meaning “bumble” or “bundle” and came from a Latin word meaning “to bundle”.
The bumble is a word that refers to the bumbling behavior of the bees that feed on flowers. “
In the British Basket, they were the only species of honeybee to get the British medal of the year in 1936, when they were awarded for pollination of the boughs of a British pine tree.”
The bumble is a word that refers to the bumbling behavior of the bees that feed on flowers.
So it’s like a metaphor for the bees.
“It may have a little bit of origin in English, but there’s evidence that it has been a common word in the British Isles, in the English language, since the mid-16th century.” “
It’s the kind of thing that has to be researched,” says Jennifer.
“It may have a little bit of origin in English, but there’s evidence that it has been a common word in the British Isles, in the English language, since the mid-16th century.”
The Oxford English Dictionary defines the word as meaning “a short-lived form of song, dance, or song-like speech, as used by birds”.
“The bumbling of the bird is a very familiar and widespread way of singing,” says Jana Haughtsons book, The Bumble-Heads.
“Bumming is a form of music.
And birds can’t sing, but they do bumble.”
But the Oxford dictionary adds that the word ‘bumble’ is also an Anglicisation of the French word bâche, meaning bird or insect.
“And that’s the way it’s used in the Bible,” says Jeff Haugh-ton, an archaeologist at the University of Bremen in Germany.
“There are references to bumble and bach, the French, and it comes from bach.
So that makes sense.”
The B.D.A. does not recommend that people refer to bumbums as fish, but in a 2014 paper, it suggested the term could be a reference to the insect that feeds on the flower.
It also noted that it was likely the word was influenced by the fact that the bee had been known as the bum for thousands of years.
But Jennifer Haughson says the bumbum was not used as a name for fish.
“No,” she says.
“That’s not how they were originally called.
For the record, Jennifer says she is not against the use of the name bumble. “
But it’s a really funny story that we all get to hear.”
For the record, Jennifer says she is not against the use of the name bumble.
“I really like the word and the idea that we can all get along and work together to make something that works,” she adds.
“So, I’m definitely not against it.
It’s just a bit of fun to tell stories with my family.”
But Jennifer says there are still some problems with the word.
“You know, the whole bumble-bee thing is kind of ridiculous.
You don’t get any kind of bumbling and it’s just not very appropriate.”
The author of The Bum Bees says she does not want to diminish the importance of bumbees.
“My goal is to get this word to be the name of the species.
And that’s really the purpose of the book,” says the author.
She adds that it is possible the word is an adaptation for the word’s meaning of ‘bird’.
“The name bumbee is the one that’s most often used.