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Definition of the noun kasha
What does kasha mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: kashas
- boiled or baked buckwheat
Alternative definition of the noun kasha
- A porridge made from boiled buckwheat or other cereals.
Kasha is a cereal, from old Perisan/Farsi Katchi کاچی eaten in Central and Eastern Europe and region known as Middle East and the United States. This English-language usage probably originated with Jewish or not immigrants, as did the form קאַשי "kashi".
There are other foods with Kasha in their name, like Kasha varnishkes.
- Kasha is a fictional character from the 1990 film The Death of the Incredible Hulk.
- Kasha was a fictional character in The Pendragon Adventure book series by D. J. MacHale and also the Traveler from the jungle territory of Eelong. Kasha made her appearance in book 5 of the series, Black Water, although she has been mentioned in later books. After Kasha's death at the end of book 5, Eelong no longer has a Traveler because Kasha was a Traveler from Bobby's generation, which was the last generation of Travelers.
- created by D. J. MacHale
- The kasha is Japanese yōkai that steals the ones who died as a result of accumulating evil deeds.
- also known as 火車
- Kasha is a legendary creature from Japanese mythology.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Kasha
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Textile World (1922)
Domestic kasha is an unusually soft and pliable material and excellent for displaying the tailors' art. There is no lack of variety in the suit fabric group, for here we find both domestic and imported cloths which clearly indicate what a fine art the ...
Negotiating the Borders Between Terror, Politics, and Religion by Peter Bergen, Katherine Tiedemann
Abu Kasha is a different story.
Central Asia (2005)
A Global Studies Handbook by Reuel R. Hanks
Kasha is a porridge usually prepared for breakfast and may be made from buckwheat, oats, millet, or rice. A popular and quick meal can be made of lagman , a dish of thick, boiled noodles. Gutap are delicious fritters that are mixed with spices ...
More Than 200 New Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for Delicious and Nutrient-Rich Dishes by Moosewood Collective
Kasha is the common name for roasted buckwheat groats. It has an earthy flavor and sturdy texture. Ketchup Back in the early years of the Reagan administration, ketchup was classified as a vegetable for the purpose of satisfying school lunch ...
Recipes for Healthy and Delicious Cookies, Cakes, Muffins, Scones, Pies, Puddings, Breads and Pizzas by Kelly E. Keough
When the triangular groat seed is roasted, it is called kasha or kashi, which is a Russian staple dish. Toasted groats have a nutty avor. millet. A highly digestible, small, white grain that is nonglutenous like ...
The New Book Of Whole Grains (2014)
More than 200 recipes featuring whole grains by Marlene Anne Bumgarner
KASZA (KASHA) Kasha is a mush made from ...
The Heart of a Dog (1968)
by Mikhail Bulgakov
The firemen get kasha for supper, as you know. But kasha is the last thing ...
by Garland Encyclopedia of World Music
The Naghma-ye Kasha ̄l The second genre of Afghan art music, also connected with Kabul, is the naghma-ye kasha ̄l (literally 'the extended instrumental piece') . Instrumentalists favor this form as a vehicle for virtuoso solo performance on ...
by Robert A. Ronzio
kasha Roasted BUCKWHEAT; a coarse or finely ground, hulled GRAIN that can be cooked like RICE. The roasting process conveys a nutlike flavor. Buckwheat is not a grass, therefore it is not related to the cereal grains. Individuals who are ...
The Diner's Dictionary (2012)
Word Origins of Food and Drink by John Ayto
kasha An eastern European dish made from crushed buckwheat (the word is Russian). It is prepared in various ways: it can, for instance, be made into a thick ...
Dictionary of Jewish Words (2010)
A JPS Guide by Joyce Eisenberg, Ellen Scolnic
kasha n. Yiddish (KAH-shah) Cracked buckwheat or barley grain that is usually sautéed with mushrooms or onions and ...
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- Kasha stretch
Kasha stretched out on the end table.
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- Kasha on end table
Kasha and her diva pose.
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- Grechnevaya kasha
grechnevaya kasha (please credit to Larisa Averkieva)
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- Sam and Kasha
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Scrabble value of K5A1S1H4A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of KASHA
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