kummel

kümmel

[kim-uhl; German ky-muhl]
noun
1.
a colorless cordial or liqueur flavored with cumin, caraway seeds, etc., made especially in the Baltic area.
2.
Leyden cheese containing caraway seeds.

Origin:
1880–85; < German Kümmel, Old High German kumil, apparently dissimilated variant of kumin cumin

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kümmel (ˈkʊməl, German ˈkyməl)
 
n
a German liqueur flavoured with aniseed and cumin
 
[C19: from German Kümmel, from Old High German kumil, probably variant of kumincumin]

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