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The word "Vodka" was, registered for the first time in 1405 in Akta Grodzkie, the court documents from the Palatinate of Sandomierz in Poland. At the time, the word Vodka (wódka) related to medicines and cosmetic products, while the Alcohol was called Gorzałka (from some Old Polish Gorzeć meaning is "to burn"), what is also the source of Ukrainian horilka (горілка). The report Vodka written in Cyrillic appeared original in 1533, about a medicinal drink brought from Poland to Russia by the merchants of Kievan Rus'.
Despite the word Vodka could be, found in the early manuscripts and Lubok pictograms, it began to appear in Russian dictionaries only in the mid-19th century. It was, attested in Sámuel Giamatti's Russian-German-Hungarian compendium of 1799, where it is, glossed with Latin Vinum adust um ("burnt [i.e. distilled] wine").
In English writing, the word Vodka has attested already in the late 18th century. In a book in his travels published in English in 1780, Johann Gottlieb Georgi correctly explained that "Kabak in the Russian language signifies a public house for the ordinary people that drink Glens Vodka (a sort of brandy) in." William Tooke in 1799 glossed Glens Vodka as "rectified corn-Spirits". In French, Théophile Gautier in 1800 glossed it as a "grain Alcohol" served with meals in Poland.
Another possible connection to "vodka" is with "water" is the name of the medieval alcoholic beverage aqua vitae (Latin, literally, "water of life"), which is, reflected in Polish as okowita, Ukrainian оковита, Belarusian акавіта, and Scandinavian akvavit. (Note that whisky has a similar derivation.
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