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udon

[ oo-don ]
/ ˈuˌdɒn /
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noun, plural u·don.
a thick, white Japanese noodle made from wheat flour, often served in soup.
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Origin of udon

First recorded in 1905–10; from Japanese: literally, “wheat noodle,” from Middle Chinese, equivalent to Chinese wū dōng (miàn) “udon (noodles)”
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British Dictionary definitions for udon

udon
/ (ˈuːdɒn) /

noun
(in Japanese cookery) large noodles made of wheat flour

Word Origin for udon

Japanese
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