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Alcohol Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Alcohol Etymology books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- The Origin of English Words
- the words' Arabic origin, for example; alcohol, alcove, algebra, algorithm, albatross, alkali and many others.
- ALCOHOL: FRIEND OR FOE? A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
- takes away the mind or covers it. Obviously, the last statement fits well with alcohol – it does take away the mind. H.
- SLANG TERMS FOR DRINKS, DRUNKS AND HABITS OF DRINKING
- metaphor, simile, folk etymology, distortion of sounds in words, generalization, specialization the sale of alcohol were able to import from Scotland and Ireland .
- To drink or not to drink – on Non-Alcoholic Beverages
- -a strong, sweetened, aromatic alcoholic liquor; liqueur. -a stimulating medicine. - anything that invigorates or exhilarates.
Suggested Web Resources
- alcohol - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary 1540s, "fine powder produced by sublimation ," from M.L.
- alcoholic (adj.) - Online Etymology Dictionary
- 1790, "of or pertaining to alcohol;" see alcohol + -ic.
- alcohol - Wiktionary
- From Middle English or Old French alcohol (modern French alcool), from الكحل ( al-kuħl, “kohl”) (by broadening).
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