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vodka

[ vod-kuh ]
/ ˈvɒd kə /
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noun
an unaged, colorless, distilled spirit, originally made in Russia.
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Origin of vodka

1795–1805; <Russian vódka, equivalent to vod(á) water + -ka noun suffix

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British Dictionary definitions for vodka

vodka
/ (ˈvɒdkə) /

noun
an alcoholic drink originating in Russia, made from grain, potatoes, etc, usually consisting only of rectified spirit and water

Word Origin for vodka

C19: from Russian, diminutive of voda water; related to Sanskrit udan water, Greek hudōr
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