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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: taverne, from Latin taberna 'small simple building, shop'

tavern

noun
     
Related topics: Drink, Leisure
tav‧ern [countable]
1 British English old useDFDDL a pub where you can also stay the night
2DFDDL a word for a bar, often used in the name of a bar:
Murphy's Tavern

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