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tzimmes

[tsim-is] /ˈtsɪm ɪs/
noun
1.
Also, tsimmes. Jewish Cookery. any of various sweetened combinations of vegetables, fruit, and sometimes meat, prepared as a casserole or stew.
2.
fuss; uproar; hullabaloo:
He made such a tzimmes over that mistake!
Origin
1890-1895
1890-95; < Yiddish tsimes, akin to dialectal German (Swabia) zimmes, zimbes compote, stew, Swiss German zimis lunch; compound (orig. prepositional phrase) with Middle High German z, ze unstressed variant of zuo (German zu) at, to + Middle High German, Old High German imbiz, imbīz snack, light meal (German Imbiss), noun derivative of Old High German enbīzan to take nourishment; see in-1, bite
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