I understand the whole difference in terms like "boot" for "trunk" and "flat" for "apartment" but what I can't stand is the term "row" for a fight. What's up with that? One of the news feeds I read is the BBC. It seems like any dispute, fight, uproar, or brouhaha is referred to as a "row". You would think that the English (you know, the ones who came up with the English language) could think of better ways to say it than "row". Heck, I just came up with four right there.