Raki

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Raki
a̱kan
Tafaanise drink, flavored liquor Jhyuk
Yet kapTurkish cuisine Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱ti ku mbyinRakı Jhyuk
A̱byinTurkiya Jhyuk
A̱byin neetTurkiya Jhyuk
Jen ntsa17. century Jhyuk
A̱sa̱khwotcolorless, white Jhyuk
Made from materialgrape, anise seed, fig, date, barrel Jhyuk
CuisineTurkish cuisine Jhyuk

Raki ku rakı, (yei Turukya: [ɾaˈkɯ] (fa̱k)) yet a̱kan nia nang á̱ weang a̱sa̱khwot lywei sum a̱na̱p a̱ka̱feang a̱ni.[1] Ni̱nia yet a̱kan a̱byin Turukya.[2] Á̱ ka ndyen nna mi̱ bibyin Bali̱kan ghyáng nang apéritif mbeang ma̱ a̱byin Ka̱za̱ktan. Á̱ ni̱ nka̱u ma̱ng kyayak kyai a̱sa̱khwot hwa di̱n jen ma̱ a̱di̱di̱t ku meze. Á̱ maai á̱ mak nna ma̱ng á̱kan á̱ghyang di̱ nfam Meditaronya ma̱ng A̱ka̱wa̱tyia̱ A̱tyin na, kidee pastis, ouzo, sambuca, arak ma̱ng aguardiente.

Mami Ka̱rita, tsikoudia yet tangka̱i pomace brandy hwa nang á̱ ka ngyei rakı di̱ jen jhyang. Á̱ bu nyia̱ ta̱m ma̱ng á̱na á̱ nyia̱ rakomelo, na̱ byia̱ tong a̱ni ma̱ng si̱nnamon. Á̱ ka̱u Rakomelo ka̱nang na̱ shwai ma̱ a̱da̱dei di̱n zwát a̱vwuoshyim. Raki Ka̱rita nwai byia̱ anise, mat a̱nia yok tyia̱ tai nna ma̱ng tangka̱i Turukya hu bah.

Bwoi a̱lyoot[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

Swang a̱lyiat raki ji ku neet di̱ swang a̱lyiat Turukya ji rakı ja.[3] A̱wot swang a̱lyiat La̱ra̱ba ji arak (La̱ra̱ba: عرق [ʕaraq]),[4] si̱ fa "a̱ngga nang á̱ ku lywei a̱ni", a̱wot nvak yei jhyang si̱ yet araka, araki, ariki.[5] A̱telyut ba, ba̱ yet a̱banwap kwai-A̱turukya ba a̱ni ba̱ swan mi̱ Si̱beriya, nyia̱ ta̱m ma̱ng swang a̱lyiat ji arakı ji̱ fa a̱sa̱khwot a̱na̱p ku ntangka̱i a̱kan njhyang.[6] Bi̱ri̱ng ma̱ng a̱nia, mi̱ Helen Gbangbang ji á̱ ku ngyei a̱na̱p ῥάξ (yei Helen: [raks]) wa.[7]

A̱yaayet[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

Á̱ ku gwai a̱gwai raki nang á̱ ni̱ ntyei swam aniseed a̱mami a̱ni neet mi̱ gbangbang nang a̱yet song mi̱ A̱dana mbeang A̱za Kuburut neet ma̱ a̱lyia̱ 2010. A̱yet Rakı Swanta mi̱ A̱dana, si̱ ta ghwut neet mi̱ taada ndyia̱ cyi jhyiung nang á̱ ni̱ nfwuong nyinyang a̱tywaat nam A̱dana a̱ni, ma̱ng a̱lyia̱, şalgam ma̱ng rakı. A̱yet ka si̱ bwuak tyia̱ a̱yet song a̱zagaat a̱byin a̱ni nang á̱niet cat, á̱niettsot-bubwom ba̱ tsot byín ma̱ng zuri̱na, ba̱ mun gwai á̱nietcen mba fwuo a̱mgba̱m a̱tyetuk ka ma̱ a̱tyetuk A̱sa̱ba̱t a̱feang kuzang Zwat Swak ma̱ng Sweang.[8] A̱yet Rakı Kuburut A̱za yet a̱yet wa nang á̱ song sati nyiung da̱ á̱ nyia̱ mi̱ Girne, Lefkoşa ma̱ng Gazi Mağusa.[9]

Nta̱m njhyang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

Mi̱ Ka̱rita tsikoudia yet bi̱randi pomet ja nang á̱ ka ngyei rakı jen jhyang a̱wot á̱ nyia̱ nji ma̱ng sum a̱na̱p hwa. Á̱ ni̱ nnyia̱ ta̱m ma̱ng a̱nji á̱ nyia̱ rakomelo, nang á̱ ni̱ ntyia̱ nkyangswam ma̱ng tong mbeang si̱namon a̱wot á̱ ka nka̱u ma̱nang ku ni̱ mbyia̱ shwai a̱ni mi̱ zwát jen a̱vwuoshyim.[10]

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. "How to drink raki: A crash course in Turkey's signature drink - CNN Travel". CNN. 29 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Sweang 2015.
  2. "How to drink raki: A crash course in Turkey's signature drink - CNN Travel". CNN. 29 December 2015.
  3. "raki." The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004. 2 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2009.
  4. "rakı" (in Turkish). Archived from the original on 15 Zwat A̱natat 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-13.
  5. "Traditional Turkish Drinks". Archived from the original on 15 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2008.
  6. L.T Ryumina Sirkaseva, N.A Kucigaseva, "Teleut Agzi Sozlugu", TDK Yayinlari, Ankara 2000
  7. "How did 14 popular drinks get their names". 2016-10-27.
  8. "Rakıcılar bir kez daha "Dünya Rakı Günü"nde buluşuyor" (in Turkish). CNN. 27 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Jhyiung 2014.
  9. "Kıbrıs Rakı Festivali". kibrisrakifestivali.com (in Turkish). Archived from the original on 2018-08-23.
  10. Planet, Lonely; Averbuck, Alexis; Armstrong, Kate; Miller, Korina; Waters, Richard (2016-01-01). Lonely Planet Crete. Lonely Planet. ISBN 978-1-76034-020-9.

Nkwaa̱mbwat[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  • Forbes, Robert, J. (1997). Short History of the Art of Distillation from the Beginnings Up to the Death of Cellier Blumenthal (hardcover ed.). Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 90-04-00617-6.

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