ha·man·tasch noun \ˈhä-mən-ˌtäsh, ˈhȯ-, -ˌtȯsh\
plural ha·man·tasch·en\-ˌtä-shən, -ˌtȯ-\
: a 3-cornered pastry with a filling (as of poppy seeds or prunes) traditionally eaten during the Jewish holiday Purim
Origin of HAMANTASCH
Haman + tash
First Known Use: 1927
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