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rugalach

[ruhg-uh-luh kh] /ˈrʌg ə ləx/
plural noun, Jewish Cookery.
1.
bite-size pastries, often filled with fruit, nuts, raisins, etc.
Also, rogelach
[raw-guh-luh kh, ruhg-uh-] /ˈrɔ gə ləx, ˈrʌg ə-/ (Show IPA)
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Origin of rugalach
< Yiddish rugelekh, rogelekh, plural of rugele, rogele
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