- Modern Greek, from late Greek μαυρος ‘dark’ + δαφνη ‘laurel’. (Wiktionary)
“Back in the shooting, this time Chef Yannis made a spiced quince with mavrodaphne, a fragrant and tasty desert often served with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.”
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Words for things both tangible and anthropic. I'm in the process of spinning off hardware into ute, and people into oofy.
Gleanings from Jeffrey Eugenides' 2002 book of that title.
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