English Words of Italian Origin
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Many words of Italian origin have entered other languages. A large part of musical terminology is Italian, as are popular foods from Italian cuisine.from Middle English sugre candy, part translation of Middle French sucre candi, from Old French ucre candi, part translation of Italian zucchero candi, from zucchero sugar + Arabic qandI candied, from Persian qand cane sugar; ultimately from Sanskrit khanda="piece of sugar," perhaps from Dravidian.cappuccino from cappuccino="white coffee," carpaccio, from carpaccio.
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- 02 May 2012
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