One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To turn (a garment); to change (one's opinion, adherence, etc.) frequently and insincerely.
Late 16th century. From the name of Andrew Perne (?1519–89), Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, who became notorious for changing his position adroitly during the religious changes and reversals of successive Tudor regimes.
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