schnitz

noun
variants: or snits or less commonly snitz \ˈshnits\

Definition of schnitz

plural schnitz or snits also snitz
: sliced dried fruit; especially : sliced dried apples

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Origin and Etymology of schnitz

Pennsylvania German, schnitz, plural of schnutz section of dried fruit, alteration of German schnitz slice, cut, from Middle High German sniz; akin to Old High German snīdan to cut


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