This was done a few months back but was a really interesting thread and I figured Id start a new one-


In the title of the Shakespeare play "Much Ado About Nothing", "nothing" in Elizabethan England had 3 connotations.

1. Nothing
2. To take note of
3. Vulgar name for a part of the female anatomy (starts with a "p")

The third connotation was how the play was meant to be contextualized.