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Knish



[knish] /knɪʃ/

noun, Jewish Cookery.
1.
a fried or baked turnover or roll of dough with a filling, as of meat, kasha, or potato, often eaten as an appetizer or snack.
/knɪʃ/
noun
1.
a piece of dough stuffed with potato, meat, or some other filling and baked or fried
n.

1930, from Yiddish, from Russian knysh, a kind of cake.

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