pannhas

[ pahn-hahs ]
/ ˈpɑn hɑs /

noun Chiefly Pennsylvania.

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Origin of pannhas

<Pennsylvania German pannhâs, equivalent to pannpan1 + hâs rabbit, hare; originally a jocular word, in dialects of the Rhenish Palatinate, for dishes made from scraps or broth mixed with a grain; compare German falscher Hase minced meat, literally, false hare
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