Definition of bialy in English:

bialy

Syllabification: bi·a·ly
Pronunciation: /bēˈälē
 
/

noun (plural bialys)

US
A flat bread roll topped with chopped onions.
More example sentences
  • I love bagels, but bialys are the real soul of that world.
  • When in New York who can resist the chewy bialys and bagels?
  • Polish Americans have, in addition to the sausage, also contributed staples to American cuisine, including the breakfast roll, bialys, the babka coffeecake, and potato pancakes.

Origin

mid 20th century: from Białystok, where the bread originated.

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