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.
Radar is an abbreviation of the term " Ra dio D etection a nd R anging". As for the country it could be argued that it was the English, American, German or French.. I think Marconi in Italy discovered he could measure range with Radio waves, but Radar was not made really very practical and the r…anges he could do it where very short, the Americans tried to build death ray, concentrating RF energy into a beam, but this again was not really practical and range limited, but they noted that they observed reflections. However it was the UK that innovated the PPI display and the Magnetron that gave the RF power required in a rugged form and therefore made Radar practical. So it is generally accepted the UK gets the credit for it. (MORE)
The word "sonar" is originated from the United States of America.The word is an acronym for "Sound Navigation and Ranging".Ã
Britain . the word was coined by a Glasgow public heath official Mr H.A. Des Voeux
ballet originated in italy, but the french noticed it and used it for themselves. the word ballet originated from the word ballare, meaning 'dance' in latin.
Vehicle comes from the Latin vehiculum. Latin was the language of the Roman Empire and Rome is in Italy.
The word shampoo in English dates back to 1762. The word was Anglo-Indian, from the Hindu word champo, which meant "to smear, massage ". Champo comes from the Sanskrit/Hindi plant 'champa' . The flowers of the plant used to make fragrant hair-oil.
Spanner is an original English word, not based off any other language, and originates from the UK.
The word bakery originates from the Proto-Germanic word bakanan. It later evolved through Old English.
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 lo…nger history using rice than Italy. (MORE)
"Kangaroo" or "kangaru" is an aboriginal word. There is some belief that when early settlers tried to ask the local Aborigines what the name of the strange-looking hopping creature was, the Aborigines replied "Kangaru", meaning "I don't understand what you're saying". From then on, the animal became… known as the kangaroo. This is false, however. Sir Joseph Banks, botanist on James Cook's first voyage, noted the word as "gangurru" when he tried to communicate with the Aborigines regarding the name of the animal. It is clear from Banks's observations and notes that the Aborigines consistently called the creature by that name. (MORE)
The term guerrilla (Span., "little war") originated in the early 19th century during the PENINSULAR WAR, (q.v.) when, after the defeat of Spain's regular forces, Spanish irregulars and civilians rose up against the French occupying forces. The practice of guerrilla warfare, however, dates from ant…iquity; for example, the Bible tells of the Israelite conquest of Canaan, led by Joshua, involving harassment and ambush of the enemy. Later Jewish resistance to foreign rule was expressed in the series of fierce guerrilla operations against the Romans in the 1st century ad ; led by the Zealot sect, this revolt was climaxed by the seizure of MASADA (q.v.) and the massacre of the Roman garrison there in ad 66 (MORE)
It wasn't originated from a country but it was originated from the following: before 900; Middle English; Old English thÄ, thÈ³, instrumental case of demonstrative pronoun.
Ballet originates from France. I think this is why is has a silent 't' at the end.
The word cereal derives from Ceres , the name of the pre-Roman goddess of harvest and agriculture. Cereal grain is called corn in the United Kingdom and Ireland. But in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, maize is called corn .
it originated in ancient greek when the first ever play came out which was 2 people talking for 5 hours
A bungalow (Gujarati: àª¬àªàªàª²à« ba á¹ gl o , Hindi: à¤¬à¤à¤à¤²à¤¾ ba á¹ gl Ä ) is a type of single-story house that originated in India. The word derives from the Gujarati word baá¹ glo, which in turn came from Hindustani baá¹ glÄ. …It means "Bengali", used elliptically for a "house in the Bengal style". Such houses were traditionally small, having only one story, with a thatched roof, and a wide veranda. Bungalows today are a type of house that is usually single-story or one and a half stories, and can be quite large. A bungalow is an Australian beach house. It came from the Hindi word bangla, literally meaning "Bengalese", but utilized to mean "house in the Bengal style". The Beatles had a song "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" on their "White Album", a seemingly satirical treatise on safaris. (MORE)
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The word yacht comes from the Dutch word jacht which means to hunt. Hope this helps! :@)
First recorded in 1662, originally, of a type of scarf worn in Asia, from Urdu and other Indian languages, from Persian 'shal', sometimes said to be named after Shaliat, town in Indiawhere it was first manufactured.
From a 15th century German word, of the same spelling, referring to a bag carrying clothes and food
The word sherbet (also sherbert ) comes from the Persian shaba by way of the Turkish word serbet - both referto a type of iced fruit drink. It appeared in English in the 1600s.The related word sorbet appeared earlier, in the 1500s, by way ofthe Italian sorbetto and the French sorbet whichmea…nt what it does today, a form of fruit ice. (MORE)
That is debatable. It is clear that the English word "tobacco" came from the Spanish word, "tabaco", but from that point, we are not sure. It could have come from the Taino language spoken by Caribbean Indians, which had similar words that referred to a roll of tobacco leaves and a pipe used to snif…f tobacco smoke. However, there were also similar words in Spanish, prior to the discovery of the New World, which referred to certain medicinal herbs. These words had their origin in the Arabic word "tabbaq". Originally from the Americas. (MORE)
The buffet table originates from the BrÃ¤nnvinsbord-Swedish snaps (shot of alcoholic beverage) table from the middle of 16th century, and had its prime during the early 18th century, and was developed into the buffet we more know today not until the beginning of 19th century. The SmÃ¶rgÃ¥sb…ord buffet did not increase its popularity until the expansion of the railroads throughout Europe. (MORE)
in the adverse usually racial sense discriminate was first recorded in the united states in 1866 so discrimination in this sense was probably not far behind nor far away in emerging from it in the positive sense of discernment discrimination is much older & derives ultimately from latin so B…ritain or even Italy could be said to be the country of origin in that case (MORE)
It originated from a mixture of Old Norse, Old English and Middle-American. The exact evolution of the word is as follows: . TjÅn = Old Norse for "teen" . TÄona = Old English for "teen" . Tene = Middle English for "teen" . Teen = Modern English . Teen Aged = Middle-American phrase . … Teenager = Modern American Ironically, around 1000 AD, the word "teen" actually meant "suffering" or "grief". So someone who is teenage is at the "grief age". (MORE)
The instrument was devised by a Belgian in about 1840, named Antoine Sax. It was named after him adding the word 'phone' meaning 'voiced or sounding'
Denmark is thecountry where the word papirs comes from. Specifically, the word is a noun inits genitive (or possessive) singular indefinite form. It means "ofpaper, paper's". The pronunciation will be "pa-peer" in Danish.
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
In 1923, Karl Capek, a Czech science-fiction writer used the Czech word for "worker" to describe machine workers. Robot.
From Hindi 'bangla' meaning low thatched house. Literally 'Bengalese' meaning a house in the Bengal style
Middle Eastern from the early 1300's for the single humped camel in Arabia and part of Africa.. Camelus Dromadarius. It is a combination of the Greek "dromad" and Latin "arius" or "ary"..
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.
South American language Tupi jaguara c1600, taken by the Portuguese jaguar, used to describe Felis onca, the big cat of the Americas.
The word "joey" is sometimes said to be from a native Australian word joÃ¨, but more recently often said to be of unknown origin. It has been used to mean "young kangaroo" since 1839. Please see the related link below.
1555, a partially deformed adoptation from Sp. huracan (Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y ValdÃ©s, "Historia General y Natural de las Indias," 1547-9), furacan (in the works of Pedro MÃ¡rtir De Anghiera, chaplain to the court of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella and historian of Spanish explorati…ons), from an Arawakan (W. Indies) word. In Port., it became furacÃ£o . Confusion of initial h- and f- common in Sp. in these years; the conquistador is known in contemporary records as both Hernando and Fernando CortÃ©s . First in English. in Richard Eden's "Decades of the New World" (MORE)
The word peso was originally from Spain, and it meant weight. It later became a term referring to Mexican currency.
Halt is a German word, originated from a military command. And originated in the 16th century as a command for stop. Also could be from the 14th century England but under a different meaning as to walk unsteadily
The origin is from the Latin ' Ärea' meaning a vacant piece of level ground - From the Latin it was absorbed into the English Language.
It is from Russia. It is a variant (Anglicized) spelling of the family name Stroganov. Its first known use for "beef stroganoff" was around 1850.
Impi is a term for a warrior of the Zulu nation which was an African tribe that covered much of what is now Southern Africa.
Named after the Indian city Calicut, a sea port of the Malabar coast from where it was first exported
The word comes from India from the town of Calicut, a sea port on the Malabar coast of India
It originates in classical Latin meaning anything arranged or settled. For example the Constitution of Britain is an informal set of traditions, based on several different laws. In the USA it is the fundamental law of the United States put in place in 1789 to establish a strong central government
Originally Latin as 'dens leonis' meaning lions tooth. We known the word from French as Dent de Lion literally translated as 'tooth of lion' referring to the plants leaves
The word was available in the middle ages from the Greek language as Typhon meaning a violent storm. Prior to that, explorers to the East Indies borrowed the Cantonese name of Tai Fung meaning a great wind. There are similar words in Hindi, Arabic and Persian
The origin is uncertain, however the object was known in Roman times as a Dacian knife or Dacca. Dacia was a province in Romania
winds blowing at a speed of 120km/h are known as hurricanes in USA and WEST INDIES
The word Pilar originated from Spain. It used to be a popular name for woman according to the US census of 1990. Pilar means Pillar and according to Catholic tradition any use of the word pillar was thought to be a connection with an appearance of the Virgin Mary.
Various terms mean different things and originate from various parts of the world. For instance, the term 'swetha' originates from India and means 'pure' in English.