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From French orgeat, derived from orge (barley), from Latin hordeum. Doublet of horchata.

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orgeat (countable and uncountable, plural orgeats)

 
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  1. A sweet syrup made from sugar and almonds (or originally barley) and rose water or orange flower water.

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From orge +‎ -at, orge from Latin hordeum (barley). Orgeat was originally a barley derivative. Cf. Spanish horchata.

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  • IPA(key): /ɔʁ.ʒa/
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orgeat m (plural orgeats)

  1. orgeat
  2. a drink made of orgeat syrup, diluted with water
    Synonym: sirop d’orgeat

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