brynza

noun bryn·za \ ˈbrinzə \

Definition of brynza

plural -s
: a ewe's-milk cheese made in central Europe and Asia Minor

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Origin and Etymology of brynza

probably borrowed from Slovak or Polish bryndza, borrowed from Romanian brânză (traditional spelling brînză), of pre-Romance origin


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