klösse

or kloes·se

[ kley-suh, kleys; German klœ-suh ]
/ ˈkleɪ sə, kleɪs; German ˈklœ sə /

plural noun German Cookery.

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Origin of klösse

< German, plural of Kloss ball of dough, dumpling
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