Definition of Shtchi

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of shchi) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shtchi

1. cabbage soup [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Shtchi

shrubless
shrublet
shrublike
shrubs
shrubsteppe
shrubsteppes
shruff
shrug
shrug off
shrugged
shrugging
shruggingly
shrugs
shrunk
shrunken
shtchi (current term)
shtchis
shtetel
shtetels
shtetl
shtetlach
shtetls
shtick
shtickier
shtickiest
shtickl
shticks
shticky
shtik
shtikl

Literary usage of Shtchi

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Peter the Great by Kazimierz Waliszewski (1898)
"... as shtchi and kasha, preferred black bread, and never ate sweet things nor fish, which always disagreed with him. On special Fast days, ..."

2. The Lock and Key Library: The Most Interesting Stories of All Nations edited by Julian Hawthorne (1909)
"I will bring you the roll in a minute, but had you not better take some shtchi* instead of the sausage? We make it here, and it is capital. ..."

3. Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed (1919)
"At a long wooden table were seated some twenty soldiers, eating shtchi (cabbage soup) from a great tin wash-tub with wooden spoons, and talking loudly with ..."

4. Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed (1919)
"At a long wooden table were seated some twenty soldiers, eating shtchi (cabbage soup) from a great tin wash-tub with wooden spoons, and talking loudly with ..."

5. The Russian Empire, Its People, Institutions and Resources by August Haxthausen, Robert Farie (1856)
"Three meals a day are given, the dishes consisting of cabbage-soup (shtchi), with animal food, and on holidays fish, ..."

6. Studies in Russia by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1902)
"They lived, like Russian peasants, on bread, groats, shtchi (cabbage-soup) and kvas (sour beer): their dress was that of the peasants, and they lived in the ..."

7. Studies in Russia by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1896)
"They lived, like Russian peasants, on bread, groats, shtchi (cabbage-soup) and kvas (sour beer): their dress was that of the peasants, and they lived in the ..."

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