|From:||Almaran Dungeonmaster <dungeonmaster@...>|
|Date:||Friday, February 8, 2002, 21:53|
Roger Mills wrote:
> Teoh wrote:
> >What do you have for the Indonesian version? In Malay it is "coklat", the
> >Malay-fication of the English. Not sure if the Indonesian is the same--it
> >could well be.
> Sama-sama. (It's the same); pre-1972 spelled tjoklat. (It also means
> 'brown') Apparently also from Engl. My old Dutch dict. gives _chocolade_
You state it correctly: "old Dutch". Nowadays, we usually just say "chocola"
and no longer "chocolade", which sounds a bit outdated.