Sirup

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German. The spelling Sirup is attested since the 1530s.[1]

NounEdit

Sirup m (genitive Sirups, plural Sirupe or Sirups)

  1. syrup; viscous, sweet (sugary) liquid or semiliquid

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Spiegel der artzney (1532) uses “Sirup” in Romantic phrases embedded in the (Middle High) German text; the term was common in Germanic phrases by the 1540s.

Middle High GermanEdit

NounEdit

Sirup

  1. syrup; viscous, sweet (sugary) liquid or semiliquid
  2. viscous, sweet medicine [fell out of use before 1600]

QuotationsEdit

  • 1563, New Kreüterbuch mit den allerschönsten vnd artlichsten Figuren aller Gewechß:
    Ein lindpurgirender Sirup von Rosen
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