Which country did the word curry originate?
Curry originated from India in Tamil and kari
The word curry came from the Tamil word "kari," meaning sauce. The Tamil language was spoken by peoples of southern India and North-east Sri Lanka. The word was anglicised after members of the British East India Company, trading with Tamil merchants, sampled dishes made with a spice blend used for "kari" dishes. The spice blend was called "kari Podi" or curry powder. The British called the Indian spice "curry."