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Modern Greek word φραπέ comes from English old, Frankish *hrapōn (To jerk. To snatch.).

Φραπέ etymology history?

Φραπέ detailed word origin explanation

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old English (eng) (with "the") People who are old; old beings; the older generation, taken as a group. (heading) Of an earlier time.. (obsolete) Excessive, abundant.. A grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive. (Mostly in idioms like good old, big old and little old, any old and some old.). Familiar.. Former, previous.. Having existed or lived for the specified time.. Obsolete; [...]
*hrapōn Frankish (frk) To jerk. To snatch.
Old Dutch English (eng) A branch of Old Low Franconian, with a Frisian substrate, spoken and written during the early Middle Ages (c. 500 - 1150) in the Netherlands and the northern part of present-day Belgium, as well as in areas of northern France along the North Sea coast and ajoining Belgium. This language represents the first attested stage of the Dutch language and its dialects, being succeeded by Middle [...]
*frappo Latin (lat) (Vulgar Latin) I hit, stike, bash.
frapper Old French (fro)
frapper Middle French (frm) To hit; to strike.
frapper French (fra) (bartending) to shake. (figuratively) to strike. (music) to beat time (as a conductor). (music) to strike (a chord). To bang (to get attention). To hit (to be affected by a punishment). To hit, to strike, to bash. To knock (e.g. on a door). To strike down.
frappé French (fra) Beaten, hit (Switzerland) milkshake. (music) downbeat. Short for café frappé, iced coffee.
φραπέ Modern Greek (1453-) (ell) Prepared by shaking to produce cold drink with foam (colloquial) iced coffee.