saloop

[ suh-loop ]
/ səˈlup /

noun

a hot drink prepared originally from salep but later from sassafras, together with milk and sugar.

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Origin of saloop

First recorded in 1705–15; variant of salep
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British Dictionary definitions for saloop

saloop
/ (səˈluːp) /

noun

an infusion of aromatic herbs or other plant parts, esp salep, formerly used as a tonic or cure

Word Origin for saloop

C18: changed from salep
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