Dessert in Latin is secunda mensa
Breakfast=lentaculum Lunch=prandium Dinner=cena Dessert=bellaria
The Latin term for dessert was "mense secunda". It literally means "second table" but was their term for dessert course.
I love dessert - J'aime dessert You love dessert - Vous aimez dessert They love dessert - Ils aiment dessert
English --- dessert Swedish --- dessert
Not originally. It was brought to the new world by the Conquistadors (who got it from the Romans) and is now pretty standard as a dessert in most Latin American Countries, Mexico and the Philippines.
dessert its not dessert its desert -.- dessert it like another meal....
no alabama does not have a dessert
No curry is not a dessert
It's a dessert.