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Blunderbuss (literally 'thunder gun') as early as 1654 , scow in 1660 , sleigh in 1703 and stoop ,span , coleslaw , boss , pit in the sense of the stone of a fruit , bedpan , bedspread (previously known as a counterpane ) , cookie , waffle , nitwit (meaning ' I don’t know ), how come? ( a literal translation of the Dutch hoekom ) , poppycock , dunderhead – are words which Americans freely appropriated from Dutch.