knödel

noun knö·del \kəˈnōedəl\
variants: or

knoedel

\kəˈnōedəl\

Definition of knödel

plural

knödel

or

knödels

or

knoedel

or

knoedels

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Origin and Etymology of knödel

German knödel, from Middle High German, diminutive of knode knot, from Old High German knodo — more at knot


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