Origin of carafeFrench from Italian caraffa; probably from Arabic gharrâf, drinking cup from gharafa, to draw water
- A glass or metal bottle, often with a flared lip, used for serving beverages, such as water or wine.
- A glass pot with a pouring spout, used in making coffee.
Origin of carafeFrench from Italian caraffa from Spanish garrafa probably from Arabic ġarrafa dipper, cup from ġarafa to ladle, scoop ġrp
- They offer three main items that have to do with the drinking and serving of wine; double wine glasses, personalized wine bar glasses and carafe and a porto decanter set (these items would fall under their entertaining category).
- With the Delonghi programmable 4 cup coffee maker, you get the same carafe and basic construction as the full size DC50 model, except with a Digital Timer on the right side as well as electronic control on the front.
- Personalized wine bar glasses and carafe--Sold in a set of four glasses and one carafe, this set offers the ability to personalize your wine glasses with up to twelve characters atop a painted grape vine design.
- She waited until the door closed before crossing to the carafe and refilling her glass.
- They entered a dark dining hall, where a pot of tea and two tea cups sat waiting for them next to a carafe of amber alcohol at the table nearest the entrance.