brynza

[ brin-zuh ]
/ ˈbrɪn zə /

noun

(in Eastern Europe and Asia Minor) a crumbly, sharp cheese made from sheep's milk and cured.

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Also brynd·za [brind-zuh]. /ˈbrɪnd zə/.

Origin of brynza

<Romanian brînză cheese < an indigenous language of uncertain identity, perhaps akin to pre-Roman Albanian
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