There are 2 main definitions of kasha in English:

kasha1

Syllabification: ka·sha
Pronunciation: /ˈkäSHə
 
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noun

1A soft food made from cooked buckwheat or similar grain.
More example sentences
  • Cook kasha in a large skillet for about 4 minutes.
  • Nadezhda smelled cooked kasha and fresh bread; she smelled sour vodka like Vasily's breath in early morning; she smelled wet new-turned earth.
  • The most renowned of all buckwheat dishes is kasha, a speciality of Russia and E. Europe.
1.1Uncooked buckwheat groats.
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  • A few whole grains you should add to your diet include brown and wild rice, barley, oats, kasha, quinoa, bulgur and buckwheat.
  • Rye flour and oat/barley products, which are mainly whole grain, could become more popular, as could minor grain products such as kasha and bulgur.
  • One cup of buckwheat kasha kernels contains more than 20% of the recommended daily intake of fibre.

Origin

Russian.

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There are 2 main definitions of kasha in English:

Kasha2

Syllabification: Kash·a
Pronunciation: /ˈkaSHə
 
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noun

trademark
1A soft, napped fabric of wool and hair.
1.1A kind of cotton flannel used as a lining material.
More example sentences
  • Kasha can be made from cotton, wool or a synthetic material like polyester or nylon.
  • They call it flannel backed lining but that is what kasha is anyway.

Origin

early 20th century: of unknown origin.

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