Knackebrod



[nek-uh-broo d, -bred, knek-; Swedish knek-uh-brœd] /ˈnɛk əˌbrʊd, -ˌbrɛd, ˈknɛk-; Swedish ˈknɛk əˌbrœd/

noun
1.
flat, thin, brittle unleavened rye bread.

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