Origin of raki
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From Turkish rakÄ±, from Arabic Ø¹Ø±Ù‚ÙŠ (Ê¿Ã¡raqi, “of liquor"), from Ø¹Ø±Ù‚ (Ê¿Ã¡raq, “arrack, arak"), literally, “condensate," which refers to an ouzo-like liqueur made of raisins.
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