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You may have read the word "simmer" in a recipe or two, but what does it really mean?

Origin of honey

before 900; Middle English hony,Old English hunig; cognate with Dutch, German honig,Old Norse hunang; akin to Greek knēkós pale yellow, tawny

OTHER WORDS FROM honey

hon·ey·ful, adjectivehon·ey·less, adjectivehon·ey·like, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for honey

honey
/ (ˈhʌnɪ) /

noun

verb honeys, honeying, honeyed or honied

(tr) to sweeten with or as if with honey
(often foll by up) to talk to (someone) in a fond or flattering way

Derived forms of honey

honey-like, adjective

Word Origin for honey

Old English huneg; related to Old Norse hunang, Old Saxon hanig, German Honig, Greek knēkos yellowish, Sanskrit kánaka- gold
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