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Stow-on-Side

108 bytes removed, 2 March
Name origin: Considering every other language follows the Japanese's football origins, there's no reason to think this is different.
| English, Brazilian<br>Portuguese
| Stow-on-Side
| From ''stow'' (British toponym for place); pun onand ''stowonside'' (verbnot meaning{{wp|Offside "to put away"<!--like "stow in overhead" on a plane-->(sport)|offside}}) and the common long-distance bus travel instruction "stow luggage on side" or tablet''onside computerpass'' instruction(lateral "stowpass stylusin onCanadian side"football)
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| German