In Ethiopia, where coffee originated, their word for the drink (“bunna”) doesn’t follow the pattern of starting with ‘K’, ‘Q’, or ‘C’.
Another exception, also going back to origins, is in the indigenous language Ojibwe of the Anishinabek Native Americans from my native Minnesota.
Broken down into 3 parts, it means “black medicine water”.
makade = black
mashkiki = medicine
waaboo = water
So basically coffee is liquid medicine.