Definition of Borsh
1. Noun. A Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation.
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Literary usage of Borsh
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1. A Cyclopaedia of Female Biography: Consisting of Sketches of All Women who by Henry Gardiner Adams (1857)
"When she left the asylum, she accepted a place as companion to Miss Maria borsh, a young lady who was herself a poetess. She lived with Miss borsh till 1773 ..."
2. Six Years' Travels in Russia by Mary Ann Pellew Smith (1859)
"The first dish presented—and which was handed on the most approved plan, with a napkin wrapped round the hand—was the national " borsh-schie," accompanied ..."
3. Journal of the Senate of the State of Missouri by Missouri General Assembly. Senate (1847)
"The following bill has passed the House: An act for the relief of William M. borsh. An act amendatory to an act entitled "An act to establish a court of ..."