TYPECAST - with reference to actors, 1937 (implied in typecasting), from type (n.) in the ''general character'' sense (perhaps a deliberate pun on the verbal phrase in the printing sense ''to found types in molds,'' attested from 1847).
HAN - the best way English can describe it is that it's an emotion that is a form of resentment and hatred. The word comes from the Chinese Character (Han) which means resentment, hatred, or regret.
A fever ''breaks'' when your body fights off the bug and the inflammation starts calming down. Your thermostat gets reset back to 98 degrees, but your body is still up at 102.
GOLDEN PIPES - a person's absolutely amazing singing voice that overtakes the listener with so much emotion that he has no choice but to cry uncontrollably or laugh hysterically.
The word HARBOR came from an Old English word "herebeorg" which means shelter and/or refuge and "herebeorgian" which means occupy shelter.