"Handicap" comes from an old lottery game called "hand in cap," in which winners received a penalty. That is why favorites in a horse race carry a "handicap" of extra weight. Hence, handicap means any kind of hindrance or setback, especially a physical one.
From 15th-century England. It had nothing to do with being 'physically challenged' but was first used as the name of a sort of game where the trick was to come out equal, called handy-capp. Because of the nature of that game the term was gradually generalized in meaning to 'the way to create a level playing field', the meaning it still has in Golf and horse-racing. Because in practice those handicap-systems worked to hold back the more able participants, handicapping later became synonymous to 'disabling'; so a disabled person got to be called 'handicapped'. That use by the way dates back to no further than 1914.
A popular - but incorrect - myth has is that it came from 'begging cap-in-hand'. It doesn't.
To 'coin a phrase' means to have invented it or 'came up with it'.
the phrase hit the sack came from Germany.
'Came' on its own is a verb, but when it is written as 'came in', it becomes an adverbial phrase.
Drink coke is the first came phrase.
That's how it was translated.
You have to be handicap or have somebody that is always going to be with you that is handicap
the same, handicap
If you are asking how to get on handicap in party mode, hit settings and then handicap.
it came from a sentence
Femme et handicap has written: 'Femme et handicap'
DID the Mayflower have handicap acsess