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“I learned that 'qahwah' - (Kahwa) - is actually an old Arabic word which was another name for 'wine', but eventually, after coffee was introduced, it came to mean just 'coffee'.”
“I learned that 'qahwah'-Kahwa- is actually an old Arabic word which was another name for 'wine', but eventually, after coffee was introduced, it came to mean just 'coffee'.”
“So Gordon Brown and the rest of the political elite in this country need to wake up and smell the qahwah coffee in Arabic.”
“Many of the English words you might use on a daily basis are of Arabic origin, such as coffee (‘qahwah’), sugar (‘sukkar’), and cotton (‘qutn’).”
“Ahmad Fatfat Ya Qabaday; wahad qahwah w-tnayn shay" Ahmad Fatfat, O tough guy; One coffee and two tea.”
“Our word coffee comes from the Arabic qahwah, whose own origin is unclear.”
“The European languages got the name of the beverage about 1600 from the original Arabic [Arabic] _qahwah_, not directly, but through its”
“Queries_ symposium, argued that the _hw_ of the Arabic _qahwah_ becomes sometimes _ff_ and sometimes only _f_ or _v_ in European translations because some languages, such as English, have strong syllabic accents”
“_qahwah_, and quoted from Hobson-Jobson in support of this:”
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