Paprica

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Haec pagina nondum perfecta in manibus auctoris est. Quapropter rogaris ut nihil nisi minora hic mutes, maiora autem ante disputes illic.
Si vero auctor ipse per septem dies nihil mutaverit, hanc formulam delere licet.
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La ekverkinto daŭre laboras pri tiu ĉi paĝo. Pro tio bonvolu fari nur etajn korektadojn! Pli maletaj estu pridiskutataj en la diskutejo. (Post unu semajno oni tamen rajtas forigi tiun ĉi markilon.)
Capsica dulcia prope Cachi in Argentina sole siccantur
Pimentón e varietate Tap de Cortí Maioricae in insula productus
Papricae duae varietates (ad dextram partem), iuxta alios pulveres praecipue e capsicis paratos, in Tunesia venditatae

Paprica,[1] Hungarice aliisque linguis paprika, est tritura vel pulvis condimentarius e varietatibus dulcioribus capsici (speciei C. annui). Praesertim sub hoc nomine in Hungaria, etiam sub nomine pimentón in America Meridiana et Hispania producitur.

< Hungarian paprika (1775 or earlier in sense B. 2) < Serbian and Croatian paprika < papr- , inflectional stem of papar pepper ( < classical Latin piper : see pepper n.) + -(i)ka , diminutive suffix. Compare German Paprika (1831 or earlier in sense B. 1, now also in sense B. 2), French paprika (1922 in sense B. 1; 1832 in obsolete sense ‘pepper soup’: compare quot. 1830 at sense A. 1).

1830 Times 12 Feb. 7/4 The pepper soup, or paprika soup..is a favourite dish among the Magyars, Turks, and Servians. 1839 J. Paget Hungary & Transylvania II. xv. 521 The wretches are cut into pieces, thrown into a pot, with water, butter, flour, cream, and an inordinate quantity of red pepper, or paprika. 1885 Cook (N.Y.) 16 Nov. 6/1 One of the pleasant culinary recollections of the last season..prepared with the condiment known as Paprika.

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  1. "Hoc fecit Sancti Patris benedictio, quae, ut piper cibum, sic omnem catholicismum penetrat, quare etiam Papa et papricam cum unis et iisdem literis incipiunt": Kladderadatsch vol. 51 (1898) (verbum reperis apud Google Books); etiam "papricam sive capsicum tritum" hic

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