fleishig

fleishig

[fley-shig, -shik]
adjective Judaism.
(in the dietary laws) consisting of, made from, or used only for meat or meat products: a fleishig set of dishes; a fleishig meal.
Compare milchig, pareve.


Origin:
1940–45; < Yiddish fleyshik; compare Middle High German vleishic pertaining to meat; see flesh, -y1

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fleishik or fleishig (ˈfleɪʃɪk, ˈflaɪ-, ˈfleɪʃɪk, ˈflaɪ-)
 
adj
Judaism Compare milchik See also kashruth Also: meaty (of food) containing or derived from meat or meat products and therefore to be prepared and eaten separately from dairy foods
 
fleishig or fleishig
 
adj

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