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October 2018 Who KnewPumpkins, perhaps the most iconic image of autumn, are grown on six of the seven continents (sorry, Antarctica). Their name comes from the Greek word pepon, roughly meaning “large melon.” The word traded hands from French (pompon) to British (pumpion) before colonial Americans dubbed it pumpkin.

Source: Readers Digest – 21 Weird Ways the World Changes in Autumn.

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