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English

Borrowing from French buffet.

Finnish

Borrowed from French buffet.

French

Middle French bufet (1150), from Old French bufet, of uncertain origin; possibly a Celtic borrowing. Compare Scottish Gaelic biadh (food, sustenance), buadha (valuable, precious). Or, according to the Digitized Treasury of the French Language, from an imitative source akin to bouffer (to eat (in excess)).

Italian

Borrowed from French buffet.

Norwegian Bokmål

Borrowed from French buffet.

Norwegian Nynorsk

Borrowed from French buffet.

Portuguese

Borrowed from French buffet.

Spanish

Borrowed from French buffet.