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ku·gel

 (ko͞o′gəl)
n.
A baked pudding of noodles or potatoes, eggs, and seasonings, traditionally eaten by Jews on the Sabbath.

[Yiddish kugel, ball (from its puffed-up shape), from Middle High German.]

kugel

(kuːɡəl)
n
a young Jewish woman from a wealthy background who is seen as being excessively materialistic
[C20 from Yiddish: pudding]
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