cerveza

cerveza

[ser-ve-sah, ther-ve-thah; English ser-vey-suh]
noun, plural cervezas [ser-ve-sahs, ther-ve-thahs; English ser-vey-suhz] . Spanish.
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cerveza
Sp. for "beer," from L. cervisia "beer" (cf. L. cerea "a Spanish beer"); perhaps related to L. cremor "thick broth," or of Gaulish origin. "Connection with ceres (as a drink from grain) is very dubious" [Tucker].
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