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tchotchke

noun tchotch·ke \ˈchäch-kə, ˈtsäts-\

Definition of TCHOTCHKE

Examples of TCHOTCHKE

  1. <a bedroom with polka-dot curtains, flowery wallpaper, and shelves cluttered with tchotchkes from a lifetime of vacations>

Origin of TCHOTCHKE

Yiddish tshatshke trinket, from obsolete Polish czaczko
First Known Use: 1971

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