Definition of bigos
: a traditional Polish stew of sauerkraut and pork and often other types of meat, fruits, and vegetables (such as lamb, apples, or mushrooms) So Helenka's menu runs from … bigos to white borsch, steak tartare caviar, pate, duck and vodka pepper steak … — Chris Sherman, St. Petersburg Times (Florida), 18 Dec. 1992 When you find yourself in the mood for pierogi, stuffed cabbage, borscht, and bigos, this is the place to come to. — Mike Colameco, Mike Colameco's Food Lover's Guide to New York City, 2009
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Origin and Etymology of bigos
borrowed from Polish, of uncertain origin
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
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