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paczki

[ pawnch-kee ]
/ ˈpɔ̃tʃ ki /
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noun, plural pacz·ki.
a traditional Polish doughnut, filled with jam or another sweet filling and covered with powdered sugar or icing.

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Origin of paczki

First recorded in 1945–50; from Polish pączki, nominative plural of pączek “bud (of a flower); jelly doughnut,” diminutive of pąk “flower bud”
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