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dolma

[ dawl-muh, -mah ]
/ ˈdɔl mə, -mɑ /
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noun Near Eastern Cooking.
a dish of tomatoes, green peppers, vine leaves, or eggplants stuffed with a mixture of meat, rice, and spices.
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Origin of dolma

First recorded in 1885–90; from Turkish dolma “something filled, filling,” from the verb dolmak “to stuff, fill, be full”
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British Dictionary definitions for dolma

dolma
/ (ˈdɒlmə, -mɑː) /

noun plural dolmas or dolmades (dɒlˈmɑːdiːz)
a vine leaf stuffed with a filling of meat and rice

Word Origin for dolma

C19: Turkish dolma literally something filled
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