Fun food fact: was watching an old episode of Good Eats about avocados. Alton Brown explained that the word "avocado" was the closest the Spanish conquerors could come to pronouncing the Aztec word for the fruit, which was "āhuacatl." Avocado (which dictionary.com
says is an alternative spelling of "abogado") means "lawyer" in Spanish--or used
to mean "lawyer."
But "āhuacatl" didn't mean "lawyer" to the Aztecs. It meant "testicle." So, as I said above...
Please no comments about obvious jokes. I won't stand for them!