noun kish·ke \ˈkish-kə\

Definition of kishke

  1. :  beef or fowl casing stuffed (as with meat, flour, and spices) and cooked

Variants of kishke

or less commonly


Origin and Etymology of kishke

Yiddish kishke gut, sausage, of Slavic origin; akin to Polish kiszka gut, sausage

First Known Use: circa 1936

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