артишок

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Bulgarian[edit]

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артишо́к (artišókm

  1. artichoke

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Etymology[edit]

From Northern Italian articiocco, from Provençal archichaut, arquichaut, from Old Spanish alcarchofa, from Andalusian Arabic اَلْخَرْشُوف(alẖaršúf(a)), from Arabic اَلْخُرْشُوف(al-ḵuršūf), definite form of خُرْشُوف(ḵuršūf).[1][2]

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артишо́к (artišókm inan (genitive артишо́ка, nominative plural артишо́ки, genitive plural артишо́ков)

  1. artichoke

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  1. ^ Elcock, W. D. (1960) The Romance Languages[1], page 282: "Borrowed directly from the Qairawān–Sicily region, without the article, the same Arabic word appears in Italian as carciofo; the Spanish form penetrated, however, into Provence, where it became archichaut, arquichaut, and thence into northern Italy as articiocco".
  2. ^ alcachofa” in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima tercera edición, Real Academia Española, 2014.

Ukrainian[edit]

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артишо́к (artyšókm inan (genitive артишо́ку, nominative plural артишо́ки, genitive plural артишо́ків)

  1. artichoke

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