rusell

noun ru·sell \ ˈru̇sᵊl , ˈrȯsᵊl \

Definition of rusell

plural -s
:vinegar made of fermented beet juice and used during Passover

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Origin and Etymology of rusell

Yiddish rosel pickle, broth, stew, rusell, from Russian rosol, rossol salt water, beef tea, broth, from roz- out of, separate from + sol salt; akin to Latin sal salt


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