"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.
The Luhya translation of the English word food is "Efiakhulia".
In spanish, the word food is comida
food -> (la) nourriture
Amuse-bouche or amuse-gueule may be French equivalents of the English phrase "finger food."Specifically, the present imperative verb amuse is the same in English as in French. The feminine nouns bouche and gueule both mean "mouth" although the second word is more colloquial than the first. The pronunciations will be "ah-myooz boosh" and "ah-myooz ghuhl" in French.
Stuzzichini is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "finger food." The masculine plural noun also translates as "canapés" and "snacks" in English. The pronunciation will be "STOOT-tsee-KEE-nee" in Pisan Italian.
"do you have to take your food / bring your food?"
good food set a good table
(Scottish) Gaelic is biadh; Irish is bia.
Remolacha is a word unknown to those not familiar with the Spanish Language. The English translation of the word is beet, which is a plant used as a source of food for both humans and livestock.
Food is "beatha" or "bia".
creater,(to create) ; who offer food to God ; maker ; inventer
Whare Kai - food house. Kaauta - counter (from which food was served) Kiihini - kitchen (literal translation from english)
In Irish: bia maith.In Scottish Gaelic: biadh math.
The spelling is hors d'oeuvre (English singular), plural hors d'oeuvres (from French).
A Simple finger food to serve in at a party can be Raw lasagna rolls, it can also be mini corn dog muffins. Finger food is a small, fancy food, that is served before the main food.
If you chop off a finger while chopping the pork, it might become food.
French fries are finger food anywhere.
Great food is the English equivalent of 'bel cibo'. In the word by word translation, the adjective 'bel' means 'beautiful, handsome'. The masculine gender noun 'cibo' means 'food'.
Cibo is an Italian equivalent of the English word "food".Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its singular form. It may be preceded by the masculine singular definite article il ("the"). The pronunciation will be "TCEE-bo" in Italian.
You may find the best finger food gags for parties by doing a search for finger food gags at the many recipe websites. You may also find recipes for finger foods by asking a local caterer.
There is no real translation for junk food in French. That would be called 'nourriture de basse qualité', but the usage is often to adopt the English expressions 'junk food' or even 'fast food'.
There are many websites that list all kinds of quick finger food recipes. Here is one that lists almost 1000 of them. http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Course/Finger-Foods/Quick-Finger-Food-Recipes
Bain sult as!Another answerBain sult as do chuid. Enjoy your food. This is Irish Gaelic.
Bel cibo is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "beautiful food".Specifically, the masculine adjective bel means "beautiful". The masculine noun cibo translates as "food". The pronunciation will be "bel TCHEE-bo" in Italian.