Xocolātl

From Náhuatl, with love

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Although the exact etymology of the word is debated, it comes originally from Náhuatl, the language of the Aztec culture.

Some propose it is derived from xicolatl, "beaten drink". Others say it comes from xocóatl, "bitter water".

What is certainly true is that many languages have adopted the word with small changes in its writing and pronunciation.

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Chocolate

Spanish

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Chocolate

English

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Chocolate

Portuguese

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Schokolade

German

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Cioccolato

Italian

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Chocolat

French

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Xocolata

Catalan

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Czekolada

Polish

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Çikolata

Turkish

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Chokolade

Danish

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Súkkulaði

Icelandic

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шоколад (shokolad)

Russian

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σοκολάτα (sokoláta)

Greek

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チョコレート (chokorēto)

Japanese

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초콜릿 (chokollis)

Korean

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巧克力 (qiǎokèlì)

Chinese

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شوكولاتة (shukulata)

Arabic

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txokolatea

Basque

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čokoláda

Czech

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csokoládé

Hungarian

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suklaa

Finnish

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ciocolată

Romanian

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ช็อคโกแลต (ch̆xkh ko læt)

Thai

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sô cô la

Vietnamese

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seacláid

Irish

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чоколада (čokolada)

Serbian

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siocled

Welsh

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