English word lemonade from Old French limonade, which is derived from Old French limon (lemon), which in turn is derived from Arabic ليمون (laymūn - collective term for lemon fruit).
Lemonade detailed word origin explanation
|لیمو || Latin (ara) ||laymūn: uncountable collective term for lemon fruit |
|limon || French (fra) ||A type of lemon. |
|limonade || French (fra) ||A soda with a hint of lemon flavoring with sugar that is popular in France; a serving of this soda.. Lemonade; a serving of lemonade. |
|lemonade || English (eng) ||(UK, AU, NZ) A clear, carbonated beverage made from lemon or artificial lemon flavouring, water, and sugar.. (US, Canada) A flavoured beverage consisting of water, lemon, and sweetener, sometimes ice, served mainly as a refreshment. |
Words with the same origin as lemonade
- Descendants of limus