Does anyone know of a good etymological reference online?
I've been wondering the same thing myself.
Though if you want just plain dictionaries, onelook.com is the place to go. It's not great for etymology, but it's a useful place nonetheless.
What are you looking for, a dictionary?

Then try out this one:

http://www.etymonline.com
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confuse me? I found it extraordinary. How can a site about Etymological reference have in "the headlines" something like "give your boyfriend lust". lol. By the way what do you call "the headlines on a webpage"?. I´ll definitely save this page as it migh be worth looking at.
LOL I haven't noticed that when I found the page... Emotion: smile
I also don't pay much attention to banners like that - only advertisements in my eyes hehe
I can´t believe you didn´t. Don´t be so shy. I found it funny.
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I found it funny, too - now that you've told me about it ***
I am not shy, am I? Maybe a bit though... ok, you're right: I am shy Emotion: smile
I guess a headline on a webpage is still a headline.
A banner is one of those horizontal ads (with bewildering messages).