meze

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noun me·ze \me-ˈzā, ˈmā-(ˌ)zā\

Definition of meze

plural

mezes

also

meze

  1. :  an appetizer in Greek or Middle Eastern cuisine often served with an aperitif

Origin and Etymology of meze

Modern Greek & Turkish; Modern Greek mezes, from Turkish meze, from Persian maze taste, snack


First Known Use: 1926


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