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“Marijuana” or “marihuana”, etc., is a name for the cannabis plant and a drug preparation from it. The form “marihuana” is first attested in Mexican Spanish; it then spread to other varieties of Spanish and to English, French, and other languages.
The term, originally spelled variously as “marihuana”, “mariguana”, etc., originated in Mexican Spanish. The ultimate derivation is unknown. 420 yummy mary janes
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, it may come from the Nahuatl mallihuan, meaning “prisoner”. Author Martin Booth notes that this etymology was popularized by Harry J. Anslinger in the 1930s, during his campaigns against the drug. However, linguist Jason D. Haugen finds no semantic basis for a connection to mallihuan, suggesting that the phonetic similarity may be “a case of accidental homophony”. Cannabis is not known to have been present in the Americas, before Spanish contact, making an indigenous word an unlikely source.
Other suggestions trace the possible origins of the word to Chinese ma ren hua “hemp seed flower”, possibly itself originating as a loan from an earlier semitic root *mrj “hemp”. The Semitic root is also found in the Spanish word mejorana and in English marjoram (oregano), which could be related to the word marihuana, which is also known in Mexico as “Chinese oregano”.
Additionally, traditional association with the personal name María Juana (“Mary Jane“) is probably a folk etymology. The original Mexican Spanish used forms with the letter ‘h’ (marihuana). Forms using the letter ‘j’ (marijuana) seem to be an innovation of English, though they later appeared in French and in Spanish, probably due to English influence.