ponhos\ˈpänˌhȯs, ˈpən-, -ȯz\
Definition of ponhaws
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Origin and Etymology of ponhaws
Pennsylvania German pannhas, from German dialect, dish of leftovers, literally, pan hare, from German dialect panne pan + has hare, from Old High German haso; akin to Old High German pfanna pan
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