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kuchen

[ koo-khuhn ]

noun

  1. a yeast-raised coffeecake, often containing fruit.


kuchen

/ ˈkuːxən /

noun

  1. a breadlike cake containing apple, nuts, and sugar, originating from Germany


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Word History and Origins

Origin of kuchen1

First recorded in 1850–55, kuchen is from the German word Kuchen cake

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Word History and Origins

Origin of kuchen1

German: cake

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Example Sentences

And the plum kuchen, which is a new food for the fall, would be something from France and southern Germany.

The woman laid a piece of the fresh Sunday Kuchen into his bundle and held it out toward him.

Many of these things Frau Knapf herself told me, standing there by the door with the Kuchen heavy on her mind.

Apfel Kuchen—Mix a rich dough using plenty of butter and rich milk.

When I was cutting you a piece of Kuchen, you would snatch greedily at the crumbs as they fell.

The Pfeffer Kuchen (pepper cakes) or some similar cakes are to be seen everywhere at Christmas time.

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