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The term is believed to derive from a French wine, Pontet-Canet, which was popular among the Finnish bourgeoisie in the 1800s. When the common people distilled their own drink, they gave it a name that sounds roughly the same.
- Hyphenation: pon‧tik‧ka
- moonshine (home-distilled liquor)
Declension of pontikka (type solakka)