The word boutique (a fashionable, usually small shop, especially one selling clothes) is a French word that derives from the Old ProvenÃ§al botiga. Botiga from the Italian bottega, which comes from the Latin apotheca that is related to the Greek apotheke. The word apotheke is still in use in many European languages as a synonym to Pharmacy.
In modern Greek:
a) apotheke: storehouse, warehouse, depot [Î±Ï€Î¿Î¸Î®ÎºÎ·]
b) apothekevo: to stock, store up [Î±Ï€Î¿Î¸Î·ÎºÎµÏÏ‰]
c) apothekefsi: storing, storage [Î±Ï€Î¿Î¸Î®ÎºÎµÏ…ÏƒÎ·]
apotheke -- apotheca --> bottega --> botiga --> boutique
See the blog: English words of no apparent Greek origin at: http://ewonago.blogspot.com/