kneidel

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kneidel

(ˈkneɪdəl; ˈknaɪ-)
n
(Judaism) (in Jewish cookery) a small dumpling, usually served in chicken soup
[from Yiddish]
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But then what do you do on Pesach when you can't have egg noodles--the matzoh ball or knaidel emerges.
Arvind Mahankali went on to win, with a German word of Yiddish origin for dumpling - Knaidel - becoming the sixth Indian American to win the prestigious championship in a row.
Parallel examples involving clusters of consonants at the left edge of a word include KHMER, KNISH, KNAIDEL, KVASS and GDANSK.