Sorry if I am sounding rude. I am visiting Turkey and have purchased groceries here. Three are chicken products. If you are right, I have a 1.9 kilo baby chick in my freezer! I have chick legs in my freezer. And I have nuggets from baby chicks! The live baby chick is called Piliç. the dead chicken, or the meat, is called piliç also.
Yeah, we have both in Persian too:
Sharaab (Original Persian word for this is "Mei") = Wine
Sharbat = Syrup
Interestingly, I think, "Shar" in Arabic means "Evil", and "Aab" in Persian means "Water"!...
Original Persian word for Şarap is "Mei", Example:
Bia ta gol barafshanim o mei dar saghar andazim, falak ra saghf beshkafim o tarhi no biandazim.
Come on an let's cheer up with flowers and wine in glasses, Let's break the sky's roof and make a new design.
Molavi (Mevlânâ, Rumi) a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, and theologian.
Yes, they are all related, as well as the English word "shrub" (a kind of drink, not a bush or shrubbery). I just read "The Language of Food," which has a chapter on this group of words & the drinks/food they refer to. It's a fun & interesting book.