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What word derived from two french words meaning decafienated coffee?
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Where did caffeine get its name?
The word caffeine is derived from the German “Kaffebase” or the French “Caffeebase”. These words mean coffee base and came into use around 1819. The first time caffeine was described in print (in the French form caféine from the French word for coffee, café) was in an article published in the French Dictionnaire de Médecine in 1822.
What is a decaffeinated coffee with a name derived from two french words meaning without caffeine?
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Is Spanish derived from French or French from Spanish?
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The term collage is derived from what french word meaning?
What creature's name was derived from from french words meaning spinypig?
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Identify the type of change illustrated Prestige borrowed from French is derived from Latin praestigium meaning illusion or jugglers trick?