In which country did the word 'risotto' originate?
In 1884, the word was expanded from the Italian word riso, meaning 'rice'. Risotto is rice cooked in a broth with meat and cheese.
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Risotto is a type rice that originated in Italy. The rice issautÃÂ©ed with oil or butter, and then has some sort of stock likechicken added to it.
The alligator comes from the Spanish.
Annotation is an English word meaning a written comment on a document.
It is believed to have originated in the Asian tropics.
Britain . the word was coined by a Glasgow public heath official Mr H.A. Des Voeux
Risotto is an Italian recipe, but like most recipes had influence from other recipes. It may have started in Venice or Milan. The style of cooking rice until it is starting to… create a starch thickened sauce or gravy between the grains had to have been around for centuries in countries that had a longer history using rice than Italy.
It is an Anglo Indian word, 'champo' meaning to press of knead the muscles. The meaning was later extended 'to washing the hair' in the 1860's during the British occupation if… India
From Rome via France. The word horror comes from the Latin word horror , derived from the verb horrere , meaning to tremble, bristle or shudder in fear or loathing, through …the Old French (h)orrour.
From the Greek eikon, meaning "image, likeness, portrait".
Ancient Rome (from the Latin, judex).
South American language Tupi jaguara c1600, taken by the Portuguese jaguar, used to describe Felis onca, the big cat of the Americas.