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halloumi

or ha·lou·mi

[ huh-loo-mee ]
/ həˈlu mi /
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noun
a salty cheese originating in Cyprus and made from sheep’s or goat’s milk: often grilled or fried because it melts very slowly.
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Origin of halloumi

From Egyptian Arabic, from Arabic ḥalūm, probably from ḥaluma “to be mild”
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British Dictionary definitions for halloumi

halloumi

haloumi

/ (həˈluːmɪ) /

noun
a salty white sheep's-milk cheese from Greece or Turkey, usually eaten grilled

Word Origin for halloumi

probably from Arabic haluma be mild
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