ättika

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Etymology[edit]

From late Old Norse edik, from Middle Low German etik or Middle Dutch edik, from Proto-West Germanic *atek, metathesized variant of *aket, from Latin acētum.

Compare Faroese edikur, Norwegian Bokmål eddik, Danish eddike, Icelandic edik, Old English æċed, German Essig.

According to SO attested since the latter half of the 14th century via Codex Bureanus.

Noun[edit]

ättika c

  1. Various concentrations of acetic acid; white vinegar.
  2. (cooking) A solution of water and 24% acetic acid; concentrated white vinegar.

Declension[edit]

Declension of ättika 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative ättika ättikan ättikor ättikorna
Genitive ättikas ättikans ättikors ättikornas

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