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brioche

[ bree-ohsh, -osh; French bree-awsh ]
/ ˈbri oʊʃ, -ɒʃ; French briˈɔʃ /
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noun, plural bri·och·es [bree-oh-shiz, -osh-iz; French bree-awsh]. /ˈbri oʊ ʃɪz, -ɒʃ ɪz; French briˈɔʃ/.
a light, sweet bun or roll made with eggs, yeast, and butter.
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Origin of brioche

1820–30; <French, Middle French (Norman dial.), equivalent to bri(er) to knead (<Germanic; see break) + -oche noun suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for brioche

brioche
/ (ˈbriːəʊʃ, -ɒʃ, French briɔʃ) /

noun
a soft roll or loaf made from a very light yeast dough, sometimes mixed with currants

Word Origin for brioche

C19: from Norman dialect, from brier to knead, of Germanic origin; compare French broyer to pound, break
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