French word limonade comes from Latin limus.
Limonade etymology history?
Limonade detailed word origin explanation
|limus || Latin (lat) ||Sidelong, askew, askance, sideways A priest's apron. (figuratively) feces within the bowels.. Filth, pollution. Mud, slime, muck. |
|limon || French (fra) ||Silt (fine earth deposited by water) Shaft (in a carriage) 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. |
Words with the same origin as limonade