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rugalach

Syllabification: rug·a·lach
Pronunciation: /ˈrəɡələKH/

Entry from US English dictionary

(also rugelach)

Definition of rugalach in English:

noun

A bite-size cookie made with cream-cheese dough rolled around a filling of nuts, poppy seed paste, chocolate, or jam.

Origin

Yiddish, literally 'little twists'.

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