a coarse-grained salt with no additives, used especially to draw out the blood from meat to make it kosher.
(US) a coarse flaky salt that contains no additives, used in cooking and in preparing kosher meals
[koh-sher-stahyl] /ˈkoʊ ʃərˌstaɪl/ adjective 1. (of a cuisine, restaurant, etc.) featuring traditional Jewish dishes, but not adhering to the dietary laws: kosher-style cooking.
[koh-shee-gah-yuh; Japanese kaw-shee-gah-yah] /ˌkoʊ ʃiˈgɑ yə; Japanese kɔˈʃi gɑ yɑ/ noun 1. a city in central Honshu, Japan, a Tokyo suburb.
[kaw-shi-tse] /ˈkɔ ʃɪ tsɛ/ noun 1. a city in SE Slovakia. /Czech ˈkɔʃitsɛ/ noun 1. a city in E Slovakia: passed from Hungary to Czechoslovakia in 1920 and to Slovakia in 1993. Pop: 236 093 (2001) Hungarian name Kassa
[kuh-zin-skee] /kəˈzɪn ski/ noun 1. Jerzy [jur-zee,, yezh-ee] /ˈdʒɜr zi,, ˈyɛʒ i/ (Show IPA), 1933–91, U.S. novelist, born in Poland.