See Greek salad.
[Modern Greek horiátiki (saláta), villager's (salad), peasant (salad) , from horiátiki, feminine of horiátikos, of village-dwellers, of the peasantry, from horiátis, village-dweller, peasant, from horió, village, from Greek khōrion, place, spot, district, from diminutive of khōra, place; see ghē- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
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