Interesting fact about Head over Heels
Interestingly, the terms ‘head’ and ‘heels’ have been used in English alliterative phrases since the 13th century when the phrase ‘heels over head’ was common. The term was also used in classical Latin: Per caput pedesque ire. The origin of the idiom ‘head over heels’ is believed to have its roots in the mid-19th century, when Davy Crockett wrote “I soon found myself head over heels in love with this girl” in 1834.
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