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What do you call the end of a loaf of bread?
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Heel / Butt / Crust
The survey, which is called the “Harvard Dialect Survey,” was the brainchild of Harvard linguistics professor Dr. Bert Vaux. The main objective of the survey was to investigate the variations between the phonological and lexical differences of words in spoken English in the United States.
The survey showed that the word “heel” that is used to refer to the end of a loaf of bread was used by 61 percent of participants, primarily in the Midwestern United States. About 15 percent of the participants call the end of a loaf of bread “end,” 14 percent call it crust and 3 percent use the call it “butt.”