EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYRUP
Give me some more of the syrup, and then come and repeat the verse that I taught you the other day.
Then, having poured it from the ginger, boil the syrup over again.
If you put the syrup hot to the ginger at first, it will shrink and shrivel.
This hole is to enable the syrup to penetrate the inside of the lemons.
Then poor the syrup from the lemons, and spread them on a large dish.
Take the kernels out of the syrup before you pour it into the jars.
When done, put them, warm into jars with the syrup, which should be like a thick jelly.
Just before you take the syrup off, add lemon-juice to your taste.
The young lady would not affront him by refusing to take some syrup.
Brush them over with a syrup of sugar and water to glaze them.
late 14c., from Old French sirop (13c.), and perhaps from Italian siroppo, both from Arabic sharab "beverage, wine," literally "something drunk," from verb shariba "he drank" (cf. sherbet). Spanish jarabe, jarope, Old Provençal eissarop are from Arabic; Italian sciroppo is via Medieval Latin sirupus.