Definition of Kashers
1. kasher [v] - See also: kasher
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kashers
kashers (current term)
Literary usage of Kashers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery, on the Most Economical by William Kitchiner (1836)
"kashers of Bacon (443, 444), or Fried Sausages (86), are a very good accompaniment to boiled Tripe, Cow-heels, or Calf ' s Feet: see MR. MICH. ..."
2. Census of India, 1901 by India Census Commissioner, Sir Herbert Hope Risley (1902)
"They are known by the name of kashers, which in Kashmiri language mean Kashmiri. They seem to have migrated to the country during the time of Ahmed Shah ..."
3. Report by Iowa State Dept. of Health, State Board of Health, Iowa (1893)
"KaShers of birds, floating |JSI'J|l'owns the dust of the i(jfi ts and worms gather •ISi^l"^ Jf? ..."