[ an-uh-dam-uh ]
/ ˌæn əˈdæm ə /
a yeast-raised bread having corn meal and molasses among its ingredients: a traditional food of colonial America.
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Origin of anadama bread
First recorded in 1910–15; origin obscure; the various anecdotes ascribing it to a permutation of “Anna damn her” or “Anna's damn bread” are purely folk etymologies
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