Origin of kebab
Examples from the Web for kebab
“He would probably send me to the Taliban who would make a kebab of me,” he says.Pakistan’s Gay Community Quietly Breaking Barriers|Ron Moreau, Sami Yousafzai|October 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
More important, we talked about our families, the best nontourist spots to hit, kebab joints, and antique map stores.
He worked as a used car salesman for a time, owned a convenience store, and even a kebab shop.
In prison, breakfast was bread and cheese; lunch was a kebab; dinner was a cold piece of meat with a tomato.
British Dictionary definitions for kebab
Word Origin for kebab
Word Origin and History for kebab
"pieces of meat roasted on a skewer," 1813 (cf. shish kebab).