CHOCOLATE , a
See also:paste of the ground kernels of the
See also:cocoa bean, mixed with
See also:vanilla or other flavouring, made into a cake, which is used for the manufacture of various forms of sweetmeat, or in making the beverage, also known as " chocolate," obtained by dissolving cakes of chocolate in boiling
See also:water or milk (see CoeoA) . The word came into Eng. through the Fr. chocolat or Span. chocolate from the Mex. chocolatl . According to the New
See also:Dictionary (quoting R . Simeon, Dict. de la langue Nahuatl), this was " an article of
See also:food made of . . . the seeds of cacao and of the
See also:tree pochotl (Bombax ceiba)," and was etymologically distinct from the Mexican cacauatl, cacao, or cocoa .
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