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Q: Where did the word 'cocoa' come from?
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Where does the word cocoa come from?

cocoa beans


How did they come up with the word chocolate?

Well, it comes from cocoa from a cocoa tree.


What country did the word for cocoa come from?

a Spanish word from Mexico


What language does the word 'cocoa' come from?

The word comes from Southeastern Mexico and Central America including the Aztec language. An area from which Cocoa originates


What country did the word cocoa come from?

Cocoa is extracted from cocoa beans found mainly in Brazil. The substance is used to make chocolate and is found in other foodstuffs.


What language did the word cocoa come from?

The word "cocoa" comes from the Spanish word cacao, which is derived from the Nahuatl word cacahuatl. The Nahuatl word, in turn, ultimately derives from the reconstructed Proto Mije-Sokean word kakawa.


What is the Hebrew word for cocoa?

cocoa = kakao (קקאו)


How do you spell cocoa differently?

The word cocoa is an English variant of cacao, the name for the cocoa tree and the beans from it.


Does pure cocoa have sugar in it?

No. Pure cocoa is a bean which come from a plant. There's no sugar.


Where doeschocolate come from?

Cocoa beans


Were chocolate come from?

Cocoa Beans


Where do you get cocoa beans?

South America/Mexico. It is a native plant to that area.