Loanwords by Language

The following 30 expression are used in the English language as loanwords. Can you name the languages they're coming from?
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Last updated: September 7, 2018
First submittedAugust 26, 2018
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Expression
Language
Admiral
Arabic
Annus horribilis
Latin
Armada
Spanish
Apartheid
Afrikaans
Atoll
Maldivian
Avocado
Nahuatl (Aztec)
Bagel
Yiddish
Cookie
Dutch
Corgi
Welsh
Déjà-vu
French
Geyser
Icelandic
Goulash
Hungarian
Haka
Māori
Hakuna matata
Swahili
Igloo
Inuit
Expression
Language
Karma
Sanskrit
Kindergarten
German
Leprechaun
Irish
Mahjong
Chinese (Cantonese)
Pizza
Italian
Politics
Greek
Rabbi
Hebrew
Samurai
Japanese
Sauna
Finnish
Tết
Vietnamese
Tomahawk
Native American (Algonquian)
Ukulele
Hawaiian
Vampire
Serbo-Croatian
Vodka
Russian
Yoghurt
Turkish
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Aug 27, 2018
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