2) This installment of Dinosaur Comics (pointed out by Our Bold Hero) makes a mistake in etymology, of all things.
The word [woman] originally derives from the Old English "wïfmann", where "wïf" meant "female" and "mann" meant a person of either sex: thus, a female human!
This is true.
Man didn't mean male?
Nope! It derives from the Latin "humanus" (earthling), from "humus" (earth, soil)!
This is not so true. There is no etymological connection between man and human. Just thought I should point that out.
3) The city of Toronto has a poster on display in some buildings listing "the top 64 languages spoken in Toronto, as reported in the 2001 census" plus "the four predominant First Nations languages spoken in Toronto."
Very cool. I didn't expect to see Konkani, Hindko, or Michif. Note the Syriac script for Assyrian and Chaldean (Neo-Aramaic). It's weird that they classify Spanish as being from Spain. I doubt that all Spanish speakers in Toronto are from Spain.