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  • "Today's word comes from Late Latin crapulentus

    `drunk', an adjective built on the noun, crapula `intoxication'. The root of 'crapula' is the same as the one in Greek kraipale `hangover.' It is totally unrelated to 'crap', which derives from the name of a losing throw in the dice game, 'craps', which originated among the French-speaking Cajuns of Louisiana."

    - Dr Goodword email list, 13 June 2008.

    June 13, 2008