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This whiskey/Whisky business is just nonsense. The Spanish spell theirs Whisky, Paddy was always spelt Whisky until some years ago when some Scots with little else to do kicked up a fuss about it. It's meaningless anyway as it's Uisce Beatha, or Uisge Beatha. Whisky is just an inaccurate anglicisation.
Uisce means water and Beatha means life OR nourishment.
The first mention of Uisce Beatha in any source comes from an Irish Document of about 1300 A.D. when a monk, in Irish, wryly remarked that the King of Connaught had died of a surfeit of this new drink, the Water of Life, which in his case, he went on to remark, might have been more appropriately called the water of death.
That would be Uisce an BhÃ¡is, or BÃ¡suisce if you prefer compounds.
Now, if you anglisced that you would have Bawsishke, a new word for hooch, perhaps.