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May 3, 2021

[Answer] Which of these modern words originated from a jazz term?

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...While the word “hipster” seemed like it sauntered on scene sometime in the early 2010s, but it actually originated from the jazz term “hep” — a word that describes someone who is “aware.” Around the 1930s or 1940s, this word evolved to describe a group of mostly white jazz fans and musicians, who were referred to as “hepsters” — a term that eventually became “hipsters.” While this group didn’t sport skinny jeans and stylish black frames, they were known for being tapped into the cultural zeitgeist, just like modern hipsters.




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Hipster:


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