English Words of (Unexpected) Greek Origin.

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Etymology of cabaret

Posted by Johannes on 22 December 2012

The word cabaret (lit. tavern) comes from the old French camberete, fromcambre, from the Latin camera, transliteration of the Greek camara. See also: “Etymology of camera” here, and “Etymology of chamber” here.

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