[koo-guh l, koo g-uh l]
- a baked casserole resembling a soufflé or pudding.
Origin of kugel
1840–50; < Yiddish kugl; compare Middle High German kugel(e) ball, sphere (German Kugel); perhaps akin to cudgel
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Examples from the Web for kugel
Kugel then identified Jackson as the man who had left the valise in the saloon.
Chief Deitsch closed the valise and asked Kugel who gave it to him.
What do you think for a couple of small potatoes like Kugel & Mishkin?The Competitive Nephew
The calche leaves his house at six o'clock, from the Kugel, auf der Wieden.Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826 Vol. 2
After Kugel's arrival at headquarters Jackson was ordered brought up-stairs and a dramatic scene followed.
- a young Jewish woman from a wealthy background who is seen as being excessively materialistic
C20 from Yiddish: pudding