[kim-uh l; German ky-muh l] /ˈkɪm əl; German ˈkü məl/
a colorless cordial or liqueur flavored with cumin, caraway seeds, etc., made especially in the Baltic area.
Leyden cheese containing caraway seeds.
/ˈkʊməl; German ˈkyməl/
a German liqueur flavoured with aniseed and cumin
noun a type of sandwich roll topped with pretzel salt and caraway seeds; also called weck Examples Kummelweck is often served in the Buffalo metropolitan area with roast beef and horseradish to form a sandwich known colloquially as “beef on weck.” See beef on weck Word Origin W. New York state Usage Note cooking
[kroon] /krun/ noun, plural kroons, krooni [kroo-nee] /ˈkru ni/ (Show IPA) 1. an aluminum bronze coin and monetary unit of Estonia from 1928 to 1940 and from 1992 to 2010, when it was replaced by the , equal to 100 marks or senti. /kruːn/ noun (pl) kroons, krooni (ˈkruːnɪ) 1. the standard monetary unit of […]
[kruhn-shtaht for 1; krohn-shtaht for 2] /krʌnˈʃtɑt for 1; ˈkroʊn ʃtɑt for 2/ noun 1. a naval base in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on an island in the Gulf of Finland: fortress founded 1710. 2. German name of . noun 1. (Russian) (kranˈʃtat). a port in NW Russia, on Kotlin island in the […]
noun See kuminost cheese