[ blints, blint-suh ]
/ blɪnts, ˈblɪnt sə /
noun Jewish Cookery.
a thin pancake folded or rolled around a filling, as of cheese or fruit, and fried or baked.
Also blintz [blints] /blɪnts/.
Origin of blintze
1900–05; < Yiddish blintse; compare Byelorussian blints-, stem of blinéts, diminutive of blin pancake; see blin
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/ (blɪnts) /
a thin pancake folded over a filling usually of apple, cream cheese, or meat
Word Origin for blintz
C20: from Yiddish blintse, from Russian blinyets little pancakes; see blini
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1903, from Yiddish blintze, from Russian blinyets, diminutive of blin "pancake," from Old Russian blinu.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper