Definition of Pirozhki

1. Noun. Small fruit or meat turnover baked or fried.

Exact synonyms: Pirogi, Piroshki
Generic synonyms: Turnover
Geographical relationships: Russia, Soviet Union, Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics, Ussr



Definition of Pirozhki

1. Noun. Small pastries filled with finely chopped meat, vegetables or fruit baked or fried, from eastern European cuisine. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pirozhki

1. pirozhok [n] - See also: pirozhok

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pirozhki

piroplasma
piroplasmata
piroplasmida
piroplasmosis
piroplasms
piroque
piroques
piroshki
pirouette
pirouetted
pirouettes
pirouetting
piroxicam
piroxicam olamine
pirozhki (current term)
pirozhok
pirprofen
pirquitasite
pirs
pirssonite
pis
pis aller
pisang wax
pisanosaur
pisanosaurus
pisatin
pisatin demethylase

Literary usage of Pirozhki

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1. The Tourist's Russia by Ruth Kedzie Wood (1912)
"To taste pirozhki at their best, one must go to ... The pirozhki may be ordered for immediate consumption, or taken away, hot and odorous, in a pasteboard ..."

2. The Tourist's Russia by Ruth Kedzie Wood (1912)
"To taste pirozhki at their best, one must go to ... The pirozhki may be ordered for immediate consumption, or taken away, hot and odorous, in a pasteboard ..."

3. The Tourist's Russia by Ruth Kedzie Wood (1912)
"To taste pirozhki at their best, one must go to ... The pirozhki may be ordered for immediate consumption, or taken away, hot and odorous, in a pasteboard ..."

4. In Quisling's Shadow: The Memoirs of Vidkun Quisling's First Wife, Alexandra by Alexandra Andreevna Voronine Yourieff, W. George Yourieff, Kirsten A. Seaver (2007)
"After a period of trial and error in the kitchen, I wanted to make genuine Russian pirozhki, which consists of a meat filling encased in a delicate yeast ..."

5. A History of Russia: From the Birth of Peter the Great to Nicholas II. by William Richard Morfill (1902)
"He was a pastry-cook's boy, who sold pirozhki (little pies) about the streets of Moscow, carrying them on a tray, as may so often be seen there at the ..."

6. Adventure Guide to Hungary by Dante Mena (2007)
"... (spicy meat-filled pasta), or pirozhki (small pies filled with mushrooms, meat, or cheese). The menu on the wall verifies its authenticity. ..."

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