Definition of Nanaimo bar in English:

Nanaimo bar

Syllabification: Na·nai·mo bar
Pronunciation: /nəˈnīmō ˌbär
 
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noun

Canadian
A dessert consisting of a crust of chocolate and cookie crumbs, typically covered with vanilla buttercream filling and a chocolate glaze.

Origin

from Nanaimo, the name of a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

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