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ma·ki

 (mä′kē′)
n.
Rolled sushi that typically consists of vinegar-flavored rice and cooked or raw fish, wrapped in a sheet of nori, and usually cut into bite-size pieces.

[Short for Japanese makizushi : maki-, combining form of maku, to roll up (from Old Japanese) + -zushi, combining form of sushi, sushi; see sushi.]

maki

(ˈmækɪ)
n
(Cookery) (in Japanese cuisine) a small segment cut from a long roll of cold rice and various other ingredients wrapped in a sheet of seaweed
[from Japanese, literally: roll]
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