noun lute·fisk \ˈlüt-ˌfisk, ˈlü-tə-\

Definition of LUTEFISK

:  dried codfish that has been soaked in a water and lye solution before cooking

Origin of LUTEFISK

Norwegian, from lute to wash in lye solution + fisk fish
First Known Use: 1924

Rhymes with LUTEFISK


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