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"So,..." from where does it come?

 
 
Masauwu
 
Reply Tue 26 Jun, 2012 12:04 am
So, what is the origin of the adverb "so" as an interjection (when beginning a sentence to initiate a new topic)?
The only hint I found on the web was that it is probably of Yiddish origin.
Does anyone know more?
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