Luggage and Baggage

Benjamin Barrett gogaku at IX.NETCOM.COM
Thu Dec 16 09:36:45 UTC 2004

Although I use both words, I think I generally follow the rule that
Americans say baggage and British luggage, in that I probably favor baggage.
Luggage seems to be winning, however, in the expression "X space". On
Google, it has 10 times the hits to "baggage space", and it sounds more
natural to me as well in that expression.

Divergently yours?

Benjamin Barrett
Baking the World a Better Place

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