noun, plural cer·ve·zas [ser-ve-sahs, ther-ve-thahs; English ser-vey-suh z] /sɛrˈvɛ sɑs, θɛrˈvɛ θɑs; English sərˈveɪ səz/. Spanish.
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They also have a big bar in the front, from which you can drink a cold Cerveza Hatuey.The Best Food In Miami Is On Calle Ocho in Little Havana
July 10, 2014
Spanish for "beer," from Latin cervisia "beer" (cf. Latin cerea "a Spanish beer"), from a Celtic *kerb- (cf. Gaulish curmi, Old Irish cuirm, Middle Irish coirm, Welsh cwrwf, Old Cornish coref "beer"), from Proto-Celtic *kormi-, perhaps from PIE root *krem-, also source of Latin cremare "to burn" (see cremation). "Connection with ceres (as a drink from grain) is very dubious" [Tucker].