One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A thick syrup prepared from the must of grapes, used chiefly as a sweetener (in cookery and in wine production) and as a spread.
Late 19th century. From Afrikaans moskonfyt grape syrup, must syrup (earlier South African Dutch mostkonfijt) from mos + konfyt.
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