A mash-up of the words agua, meaning water, and ardiente, meaning burning, aguardiente is direct translation of the English term, firewater (or vice-versa).
Colombian aguardiente also goes by, guaro .
Guaro is a derivation of the quechua word for sugar-water, warapu.
Warapu is also the origin of the name for sugar can juice in Colombia and many other Latin American countries, guarapo.
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