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Agrio — Vine­gar

How is vine­gar made? Well, it is ba­si­cal­ly sour wine. And guess what? Vine­gar lit­er­al­ly means “sour wine”! Vine- is Latin for “wine” and the ‑egar comes from the Latin ai­gre mean­ing “sour.”

This makes vine­gar di­rect­ly re­lat­ed to the Span­ish word for sour: agrio!

(It al­so makes it re­lat­ed to the Span­ish for wine, vi­no, but that one is too ob­vi­ous).


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