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What is Kettle in Tagalog? Origin, How Kettles Whistle, and Giant Kettle

What is Kettle in Tagalog? Origin, How Kettles Whistle, and Giant Kettle

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A kettle in Tagalog is called “takure.” Also called a tea kettle, this small kitchen appliance is used for boiling water for coffee and tea. But sometimes, kettles can also be used for heating soup, stew, or any water-based food. But because of its appearance and material, you cannot use takure for cooking food as you do in your kaldero or kaserola. The word “kettle” has a very interesting etymology. According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, it comes from the Old Norse word "ketill," which means a cauldron, a deep container for cooking or serving food. The term "ketill" was borrowed into Old English as "cietel" or "chetele." But over time, it evolved into the modern English word "kettle." Origin of Kettle The origin of the kettle traces its roots back to ancient civilizations...