Which of these words is of Chinese origin?

Answer: It turns out ketchup’s origins are anything but American. Ketchup comes from the Chinese word, kê- tsiap, the name of a sauce derived from fermented fish. By the early 18th century, the table sauce had arrived in present day Malaysia and Singapore, where English colonists first tasted it. The Malaysian word for the sauce was kicap or kecap. That word evolved into the English word “ketchup”. Americans now purchase 10 billion ounces of ketchup annually, which translates to roughly three bottles per person per year.


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1Ketchup

Ketchup may have entered the English language from the Malay word kicap (pron. “kichap”, sometimes spelled kecap or ketjap). Originally meaning “fish sauce”, the word itself derives from the Chinese terms above. In Indonesian cuisine, which is similar to Malay, the term kecap refers to fermented savory sauces.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketchup

2Ketchup

The word ketchup is derived from the Chinese word ke-tsiap, meaning a pickled fish sauce. This mixture was mainly added to recipes to season a dish, versus served as a condiment. It is believed that this fish sauce made its way from Vietnam to the southeastern part of China, where it became a standard food item.
https://www.thespruceeats.com/ketchup-catsup-history-1807618

3Ketchup is a word of Chinese origin
The word ketchup or ke-tchup (tchup being pronounced like zhi in mandarin) is derived from the Hokkien dialect traditionally spoken in Fujian and Taiwan. However, the Hokkien word ketchup describes a fermented fish sauce that, albeit a condiment, bears no resemblance to the tomato ketchup that is beloved around the globe today.
https://www.thatsmags.com/china/post/31461/is-ketchup-really-chinese-origin-fujian

4Ketchup is a word of Chinese origin
And, of course, ketchup is Chinese. Yes, dear reader, the word ketchup originally meant “fish sauce” in a dialect of Fujian province, the humid coastal region that also gave us the word “tea” (from…
https://slate.com/human-interest/2012/05/ketchups-chinese-origins-how-it-evolved-from-fish-sauce-to-todays-tomato-condiment.html

5Ketchup

So really despite what wikipedia says, Ketchup has the origin in the word as being chinese but there is nothing chinese about it. It is has become a north american invention just like Ceasar salad! Sponsored by Investing Outlook
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-the-word-ketchup

6Ketchup

The word ketchup is derived from a Chinese word, ke-tsiap. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word ke-tsiap is from the Amoy dialect of Chinese and means a brine of pickled fish. Where Did Ketchup Originate? This was, essentially, a spicy fish sauce and shared culinary traditions with garum.
https://culinarylore.com/food-history:origin-of-ketchup/

7Ketchup

Ketchup is an English word. It may derive from a word in the Malayan language kechap, a sauce of fish origin. A Chinese word koe-chiap, also a fish based sauce, may be the earliest origin. 1
https://www.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_origin_of_the_word_ketchup

8Ketchup

Ketchup comes from the Hokkien Chinese word, kê-tsiap, the name of a sauce derived from fermented fish. It is believed that traders brought fish sauce from Vietnam to southeastern China. The…
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/food/the-plate/2014/04/21/how-was-ketchup-invented/

9Ketchup is a word of Chinese origin
The word “ketchup” is the Anglicized form of “ke-tsiap,” an old Hokkien word for fish sauce. Yes, that fish sauce, the pungent brown liquid used liberally in Southeast Asian cooking.
https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/original-ketchup-recipe-history-china

10Ketchup is a word of Chinese origin
That word then gradually evolved into the English word “ketchup”, and was taken to the American colonies by English settlers. Koan: Sino-Japanese 公案 kōan From Chinese 公案 (Mandarin gōng’àn), lit. public record Kowtow: Cantonese 叩頭 kau 3 tau 4: lit. knock head Kumquat or cumquat: Cantonese 柑橘 gam 1 gwat 1: Name for tangerines Kung fu: Cantonese
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_Chinese_origin

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https://www.gizbot.com/internet/news/is-asus-a-chinese-company-know-about-founder-country-and-company-details-070343.html
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2French museum halts Genghis Khan show after Chinese pressure
A French museum won backing from scholars on Tuesday for its decision to halt an exhibition about Mongol leader Genghis Khan because of a censorship attempt by the Chinese government. The history museum … demanded that certain words, including “Genghis …
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Wikipedia Search Results

1.  Ketchup
etymological origin of the word ketchup is a matter of confusion". Pure Ketchup, by Andrew F. Smith, ISBN 1-56098-993-9. Page 4. South China Morning Post…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketchup

2.  List of English words of Chinese origin
that have all used Chinese characters at some point and contain a large number of Chinese loanwords. English words with Chinese origin usually have different…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of English words of Chinese origin

3.  Etymology
(/ˌɛtɪˈmɒlədʒi/) is the study of the history of words. By extension, the phrase "the etymology of [a word]" means the origin of a particular word.[citation needed]…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etymology