The list of the 50 best-known names in the English language is topped by two new entries in the field of “bergamot shampoo”.
The word is derived from the French word for “wooden”, and the name has become synonymous with a range of products including a popular detergent.
But the latest entries on the list are not entirely new.
Bergamots are a genus of bergamia nuts, native to the Pacific Islands of Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania.
They grow wild in the deserts of New Guinea and Papua New Guinea, and are commonly used as a plant food.
The most popular brand, Bergamot Shampoo, is made from the seeds of the berries.
There are two other entries in this category, which are derived from different sources, including a shampoo made from a single berry.
It is not clear what the new names are referring to.
Bergamus is a diminutive form of the word, and is the genus name for the berry variety.
It has a wide range of uses, including as a name for citrus fruits.
The other entry in the list is called Drybar.
It refers to a particular brand of dry bar, used to keep hair dry in summer.
Drybar shampoo has been popular in Europe for a number of years, although it is not available in the UK.
It could be a reference to the brand’s logo.
The word “drybar” can mean a wide variety of things, but in this case it means the bar of soap used to remove dirt and grime from the scalp.
It’s unclear what the “d” stands for.
The word is a combination of the words “dry” and “bar”.
Drybar shampoo is an old name for a particular type of detergent that contains both bergamas and a detergent derived from them.
This type of dryer was first introduced in the United States in the early 1900s, but was not widely available in Britain until the 1970s.