Kiełbasa (Polish) (Ukrainian)

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Kielbasa is a type of sausage originating across modern-day Poland and Ukraine.

The word entered English directly from Polish kiełbasa meaning "sausage". Etymological sources state that originally, the word comes from Turkic kol basa, literally "hand-pressed", or kül basa, literally "ash-pressed" (cognate with modern Turkish dish külbastı), or possibly from the Hebrew kol basar (כל בשר), literally meaning "all kinds of meat;" however, other origins are also possible. (Wikipedia)

Created Jan. 21, 2018 by: itisclaudio

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