Where does the word potato come from?
The word potato is from Spanish patata, from the word batata in the Taino native dialect of the Americas, which meant "sweet potato."
The standard potato, Solanum tuberosum, was originally
cultivated in Chile and Peru, and discovered there by the Spanish
conquistafors in the early 1500's. From there, it was transplanted
to Europe and to North America.
First attest in 1565, from Spanish patata, from Carib (Haiti) batata "sweet potato."
1565, from the Spanish patata (white potato), from Taino batata (sweet potato).
In the mid 16th century it came from the Spanish patata, its a variant of Taino batata 'sweet potato'. The English word originally denoted the sweet potato and gained its current sense in the late 16th century.
potato chips come from a potato
if its not idaho then i dont know so im gonna go with idaho
may well be from Peru where the plant was domesticated 2000 - 3000 years BC. The English word Potato comes from the Spanish word Patata. The Spanish were known to have brought the tubers from Central America by the Conquistadores
The potato is rumored to have come from the Andes mountains or from Chile. Ireland is famous for growing potatoes but the potato did not originate there.
The word potato is pronounced with a long a.
The Spanish people combined the Taino word "batata" and the Quechua word "papa" to make their own word for the plant - "patata." The English then adopted the word to be "potato."
potato = Kartoffel
The word potato has three syllables. (Po-ta-to)
potato = urulai kilangu
Some slang words for the potato is "spuds" or "taters"
she loved the word potato. she loved the word potato. she love the word fatatas.
Potato chips were invented in Louisiana in 1853.
there is no such thing as a hash potato cake
The plural form of the word potato is potatoes.
aalookyah Potato = Alukam[neuter]
Riwai means potato in Maori.
The German word for potato is Kartoffel.
The word potato is a common noun.
The word for 'potato' in Japanese isã€€ã‚¸ãƒ£ã‚¬ã‚¤ãƒ¢ (jagaimo).
The Japanese word for potato is ポテト (poteto).
From the Spanish 'Patata' who brought the potato to Europe,
Potatoes do not come from flowers.... a potato, as you know it, is a tuber, a specialized stem. The question you should be asking is, "what plant do potatoes come from?" The scientific name given to a potato plant is Solanum Tuberosum, of the Solanuceae family. The potato is a root and they do produce flowers.
The word "potato" is rooted in two Native American words: the Taino word "batata" and the Quenchua word "papa." The Spanish combined these words to make their own name for the plant: "patata." Later, when the plant was found by the British, the Spanish word was transformed into the English word "potato."
There is no anagram in English using all of the letters in potato.
The word potato may refer to the plant itself as well as the edible tuber. The name potato originally referred to a type of sweet potato.
The Taino word "batata" and the Quenchua word "papa" were combined in Spain to make up the word "patata." When brought over into English, this word became "potato."
The Taino word "batata" and the Quenchua word "papa" are two Native American words which were combined by the Spanish to make the word "patata." Later, this was converted to the English word "potato."
The potato 'blight' caused the famine, though this is a six letter word.
yes you will come obese from one sweet potato and you can die
his favorite word is "potato"
A sweet potato is also known as a yam.
The Taino word "batata" and Quenchua word "papa" were combined by the Spanish into "patata." When brought into English, it was then called "potato."
Potato chips are all deep fried, and that's where the fat is coming from.
Potato eyes are shoots. Seeds come from the fruits formed after the plant flowers.
It came from America. . .
Where did you learn grammar?
Bring a jacket potato wrapped in foil to cook in a bonfire
The sweet potato came from Central America. The Spanish brought the sweet potato to Florida when they settled there and it spread to the Thirteen Colonies.
From Spanish patata, although the Spanish probably got the word from South American languages. In fact, the Spanish themselves consider patata to be a compound of the Taino batata (sweet potato) and the Quechua papa (potato).
prišlo z piči
I believe they originate from Ireland.
r u dumb the ground
1952. It was at first a set of parts to stick into a REAL potato (not included). Not until 1960 did it include a plastic potato to stick the parts into.
आलू - Aaloo
The plural is potatoes.
Ulster word for small potato.