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souvlaki

noun sou·vla·ki \süv-ˈlä-kē\

Definition of SOUVLAKI

Variants of SOUVLAKI

sou·vla·ki also sou·vla·kia \-kē-ə\

Origin of SOUVLAKI

Modern Greek soublakia, plural of soublaki, from diminutive of soubla skewer, from Middle Greek, from Latin subula awl, from suere to sew — more at sew
First Known Use: 1942

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