Season 145 - Day 5 of 14

Etymology

A smorgasbord is a meal with a great variety of different foods that are placed on a large table so that people can serve themselves.
Etymologically, the word can be traced back to a specific European language. Which language?
It might help you to know that the root of the word can be split into two parts smorgas that translates into (open-faced) sandwich and bord which means table.

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