I know enough about my history thank you, probably could teach you a thing or two about yours.
I fear not - you do seem to be quite illiterate when it comes to history.
I like to think of myself as an improved species . Bit of French, German and Scandinavian, the best bits of course.
I think that this explaines it all.
Polish didn't even exist until the second millenium BC. Ours (mine as well) is a language of German (- hurts doesn't it?) Italian, French, Latin, Czech and ENGLISH and probably one or two others.
No modern European language existed before the second millenium BC, beside Greek and Basque.
But once again you`re only proving that my previous observation about your person was 100% correct. Guess why.
Question - what does buthering mean? Covering them with butter?
I`m always willing to help those less fortunate people around the world who are slower than the rest of us, so I`m going to anwser your question:butch·er
a. One who slaughters and dresses animals for food or market.
b. One who sells meats.
2. One that kills brutally or indiscriminately.
3. A vendor, especially one on a train or in a theater.
4. One who bungles something.
tr.v. butch·ered, butch·er·ing, butch·ers
1. To slaughter or prepare (animals) for market.
2. To kill brutally or indiscriminately.
3. To botch; bungle: butcher a project; butchered the language
Noun 1. butchering
- the business of a butcher
I think you will find that William the Conqueror was Norman not French.
Thank you for proving my point: The English are unable to govern themselves without foraign help, so they need German, French, Scandinavian, Polish. Without foraigners they would fall into anarchy.