ratafia

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French ratafia, from Latin phrase rata fiat (conventio) (the deal is made), a drinking toast expression to celebrate a deal or an agreement.

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ratafia (plural ratafias)

  1. A liqueur or cordial flavored with peach or cherry kernels, bitter almonds, or other fruits.
    • 2007 August 29, Pete Wells, “Bottling the Bounty of the Season”, New York Times:
      Steeped cucumber ratafia with Pimm's and Sprite is garnished with a squash blossom at T'afia in Houston.

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