gazpacho

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English[edit]

Gazpacho

Etymology[edit]

From Spanish gazpacho, perhaps via Mozarabic *gazpelağo from Latin gazophylacium (treasure-chest in a church), alluding to the diversity of its contents. Alternatively, related to Spanish caspicias (remnants).

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Noun[edit]

gazpacho (countable and uncountable, plural gazpachos)

  1. A cold soup of Spanish origin, made with olive oil, vinegar and raw vegetables such as tomatoes, garlic, onion, cucumber and sweet peppers.
    • 1850, William George Clark, Gazpacho: Or, Summer Months in Spain, page v:
      First, as to the title: Gazpacho is the name of a dish universal in, and peculiar to, Spain. It is a sort of cold soup, made of bread, pot-herbs, oil, and water. Its materials are easily come by, and its concoction requires no skill.

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Spanish gazpacho.

Noun[edit]

gazpacho

  1. gazpacho

Declension[edit]

Inflection of gazpacho (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative gazpacho gazpachot
genitive gazpachon gazpachojen
partitive gazpachoa gazpachoja
illative gazpachoon gazpachoihin
singular plural
nominative gazpacho gazpachot
accusative nom. gazpacho gazpachot
gen. gazpachon
genitive gazpachon gazpachojen
partitive gazpachoa gazpachoja
inessive gazpachossa gazpachoissa
elative gazpachosta gazpachoista
illative gazpachoon gazpachoihin
adessive gazpacholla gazpachoilla
ablative gazpacholta gazpachoilta
allative gazpacholle gazpachoille
essive gazpachona gazpachoina
translative gazpachoksi gazpachoiksi
instructive gazpachoin
abessive gazpachotta gazpachoitta
comitative gazpachoineen
Possessive forms of gazpacho (type valo)
possessor singular plural
1st person gazpachoni gazpachomme
2nd person gazpachosi gazpachonne
3rd person gazpachonsa

Spanish[edit]

Gazpacho Cazuela Barro.jpg

Etymology[edit]

Perhaps via Mozarabic *gazpelağo from Latin gazophylacium (treasure-chest in a church), alluding to the diversity of its contents, from Ancient Greek γαζοφυλάκιον (gazophulákion), from γάζα (gáza) + φυλάκιον (phulákion).

Alternatively, related to caspicias (remnants), which is a diminutive of caspa (dandruff).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): (Spain) /ɡaθˈpat͡ʃo/, [ɡaθˈpa.t͡ʃo]
  • IPA(key): (Latin America) /ɡasˈpat͡ʃo/, [ɡasˈpa.t͡ʃo]

Noun[edit]

gazpacho m (plural gazpachos)

  1. gazpacho

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