or kou·mis, kou·miss, kou·myss
Origin of kumiss
Examples from the Web for kumiss
This was kumiss, a fermented mare's milk which was the wine and water of the steppes.
And at every halt they passed from hand to hand the skin bag of kumiss.
They gave him tea and kumiss, and had a sheep killed, and gave him mutton to eat.What Men Live By and Other Tales|Leo Tolstoy
I asked for kumiss and a pony of Benedictine, as my stone boudoir made me feel rocky, but it has not yet been sent up.