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Did you know that Vodka got it's name from the Russian word voda which means water.

Posted by Anthony 8:13 PM  


  1. Bobby G said...
    Actually, Vodka means 'Little Water" in Russian, as a term of endearment such as "my little darling" It comes from the Polish word Zhinzennia Voda
    Anthony said...
    BobbyG, thanks for the correction. The source of my definition was a Food Network TV Show about Cocktails. I guess they didn't do their homework.
    grzedzic said...
    I am Polish, and I have never heard of Zhinzennia Voda. It's not in Polish language, don't know what language it is though. Polish wódka means as Anthony said 'little water'.

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