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From Ancient Greek ποτόν (potón), noun use of the neuter form of ποτός (potós, drinkable), from Proto-Hellenic *potós, from Proto-Indo-European *ph₃tós ((having been) drunk; having drunk), derived from the root *peh₃- (to drink). Cognate with Italian poto.

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ποτό (potón (plural ποτά)

  1. beverage, drink

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