The word pickle comes from the Dutch. The original word was pekel. It means brine.
In North America, the term pickle is referring to the pickled cucumber. Whereas the people will use the expression pickled onion to define other kind of pickles.
In Great Britain, the term comes from the ploughman pickle. It is made with various vegetables.
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