piroshki

[pi-rawsh-kee, -rosh-]
noun (used with a plural verb) Russian Cookery.
small turnovers or dumplings with a filling, as of meat or fruit.

Origin:
1910–15; < Russian pirozhkí, plural of pirozkók, diminutive of piróg stuffed pastry

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pirozhki or piroshki (pɪˈrɒʃkɪ)
 
pl n , sing pirozhok
small triangular pastries filled with meat, vegetables, etc
 
[C20: from Russian, from pirozhók, diminutive of pirog]
 
piroshki or piroshki (pɪˈrɒʃkɪ, ˈpɪrəˌʒɒk)
 
pl n
 
[C20: from Russian, from pirozhók, diminutive of pirog]

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Piroshki are small baked pies stuffed with ground meat, cabbage, or fruit.
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