aq·ua·vit / ˈäkwəˌvēt; ˈak-/ (also ak·va·vit / ˈäkväˌvēt/ ) • n. an alcoholic spirit made from potatoes or other starchy plants.
aquavit (akvavit or akavit) Scandinavian; spirit flavoured with herbs (commonly caraway, cumin, dill, or fennel). Also known as snaps, and in Germany as schnapps.
akvavit See aquavit.
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