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Food and Drink Places

Kitchens

Commentary

Etymology

Old English cycene, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch keuken and German Küche, based on Latin coquere 'to cook' (Oxford Dictionary)

Notes

The Dursley's home had a fireplace in the kitchen. This feature suggests that their home was built before World War 2, before the advent of central heating.

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