cokelat

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cokelat

Etymology[edit]

From dialectal Dutch (Standard Dutch chocolade, archaic form chocolaad), from Spanish chocolate, ultimately of Nahuatl origin (compare Malay coklat). The current pronunciation is influenced by English chocolate (see Malay coklat), or the second -o- of chocolade is dropped.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /tʃɔ.kəˈlat/
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  • Rhymes: -lat, -at

Noun[edit]

cokêlat (plural cokelat-cokelat, first-person possessive cokelatku, second-person possessive cokelatmu, third-person possessive cokelatnya)

  1. (countable) chocolate (food made from ground roasted cocoa beans)
    sebatang cokelata bar of chocolate
  2. (uncountable) brown (color)
    rambut berwarna cokelatbrown colored hair

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