origin: [1895-1900] (дча) Russian; a gift.
A summer home, a rustic cottage used as a get-away during the warmer months.
Originally these plots of land were given by the tsar, later on by the Communist Party members as a reward. It was a precious item in a place where buying property wasn't possible and finding a get-away on a low income was tough. People formed such fond memories of these retreats that the word "dacha" became synonymous with an entire lifestyle.
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origin:  British; Invented by Eadweard Muybridge, taken from "Zoopraxigraphical Hall where the photographer lectured.
An early form of photography and film, used to amuse, as well as explore motion; a wheel contained one of many stop-motion images, when put in succession and spun would create a miniature film! See also: zoetrope, phenakistoscope, and thaumatrope.
You might even say the zoopraxiscope was the "gif" of its era!