Imbroglio derives from Italian, from Old Italian imbrogliare, “to tangle, to confuse,” from in-, “in” + brogliare, “to mix, to stir.” It is related to embroil, “to entangle in conflict or argument.”
Rather appropriate, don’t you think? Thanks to Monica for the tip!
(In case you miss it, I’ve preserved it for posterity in the screenshot at right. You’re jealous aren’t you? Yeah, I know….)