noun kish·ke \ˈkish-kə\
variants: or less commonly


Definition of kishke

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

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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