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kul·fi

 (ko͝ol′fē)
n.
A dense ice cream of South Asian origin, typically made with boiled milk, sugar, cardamom, pistachios, and other ingredients.

[Hindi and Urdu qulfī, tight-sealing mold for ices, kulfi, alteration of quflī, from Persian, mold for ices, from qufl, lock, bolt, from Arabic, from Aramaic quplā, from qpal, to roll down, go across.]

kulfi

(ˈkʊlfɪ)
n
(Cookery) an Indian dessert made by freezing milk which has been concentrated by boiling away some of the water in it, and flavoured with nuts and cardamom seeds
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