which words do you find stand out in English because of the way they are differently spelt from their common indicatives others. for example: BUTCHER MANAGER DRIVER COURIER they are all one word ending with ER but then we have FISHMONGER..was wondering about MONGER which in FRENCH means EAT is spelt MANGER but I am pretty sure it of saxon origin of VUlGARI because of the G usage which is common letter used by saxon vulgari speakers before it got mixed with English. INGLE is word the saxon used to refer to English people when they invaded England. I studied linguistics and this is what I was told that some letter like the G is from a vulgari makeup of sound/letters. HAIR DRESSER why DRESSER refers also to clothes and furniture. but then COOKER as oppose to COOK/CHEF(person and the act of cooking) CHEF to CHAUFFEUR kind of related!! two in one words: SINGER then SINGER the sewing machine. then totally different halfwords like SAXAcould it be related to SAXON? IC=X because the French pronunciation for X is IC. can you think of other words that stand out?