Treacle - Historically, the Middle English term treacle was used by herbalists and apothecaries to describe a medicine composed of many ingredients, that was used as an antidote treatment for poisons, snakebites or various ailments Triacle comes from the Old French triacle, in turn from Vulgar Latin triacula, which comes from Latin theriaca, the latinisation of the Greek θηριακή (thēriakē
After the split of the Roman Empire in 330 CE, the empire primarily split into two languages Latin and Greek. From Latin there sprouted four languages mostly in Western Europe. French, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, each of them are primarily spoken in Europe because of their European roots. Each of the languages has similarities with each other because of the same parent language, that is called Vulgar Latin, a slight variation of Latin.