cracknel

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crack·nel

 (krăk′nəl)
n.
1. A hard crisp biscuit.
2. cracknels Crisp bits of fried pork fat; cracklings.

[Middle English crakenele, alteration of Old French craquelin, from Middle Dutch krākelinc, small cake, from krāken, to crack; see gerə- in Indo-European roots.]

cracknel

(ˈkræknəl)
n
1. (Cookery) a type of hard plain biscuit
2. (Cookery) (often plural) US and Canadian crisply fried bits of fat pork
[C15: perhaps from Old French craquelin, from Middle Dutch krākelinc, from krāken to crack]

crack•nel

(ˈkræk nl)

n.
1. a hard, brittle biscuit.
2. cracknels, bits of fat pork fried crisp.
[1350–1400; Middle English crak(e)nele]
Translations

cracknel

n(harter) Keks
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