[ glaht ]
/ glɑt /
prepared for eating according to the dietary laws followed by Hasidic Jews, which differ somewhat from those followed by other observers of kashruth: glatt kosher meat.
adhering to these laws: a glatt kosher restaurant.
(loosely) strictly kosher.
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Origin of glatt kosher
1950–55; < Yiddish glat literally, smooth, even < Middle High German (German glatt), Old High German: bright, shining; see glad1
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