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A New Year’s Word: Quaaltagh

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Here’s a word to use each New Year’s Day: quaaltagh. It’s pronounced QUAL-tok, and comes from the Isle of Man. It means “the first person to show up at your door on the first day of the year” or “the first person you meet when you leave home on the first of January.” This is part of a complete episode.

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