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raining cats and dogs


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  • verb Present participle of rain cats and dogs.


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  • The meaning is: a torrent of rain is descending. This expression was first attested as "polecat and dog" where "polecat an_" is cognate with Hebrew maBooL GeSHeM (a torrent of rain) with an ancient T-sound for the shin. Dog, OE docga, is the verb ... cognate with shin-kuf-aiyin (to descend), with a D/T-sound for the shin and an ancient G-sound, as in 3aZa = Gaza, for the aiyin.

    Israel "izzy" Cohen

    June 14, 2009