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Why did ladybug called like that ?? ;-P

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Asked by nahu khan, 23 Dec '12 08:56 pm
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Because she is a lady of the bug family :-P
Answered by Annes, 24 Dec '12 12:01 am

 
  
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Ladies mind have many bugs
Answered by gaurav, 23 Dec '12 08:57 pm

 
  
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Ladybugs, or ladybird beetles, got their name about 500 years ago in Europe. It seems that farmers were having big trouble with insects called aphids (AY-fids). The aphids were sucking the juices from the farmers' grape vines. So the farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help. (People of some religions believe that Mary is the Mother of God.)
Later, lots of little red beetles showed up and ate the aphids. The farmers thought their prayers had been answered. So they named the helpful beetles in honor of Mary, who is also known as "Our Lady."
In Europe, during the Middle Ages, insects were destroying the crops, so the Catholic farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help. Soon the Ladybugs came, ate the plant-destroying pests and saved the crops! The farmers began calling the ladybugs "The Beetles of Our Lady", and they eventually became known as "Lady Beetles"! The red wings represented the Virgin's cloak and the black spots represented her joys and sorrows. They didn't differentiate b ...more
Answered by Quest, 23 Dec '12 08:57 pm

 
  
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