from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of pierogi.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of pierogi.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. small fruit or meat turnover baked or fried


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  • I always get the pirogi, but they also have several different kinds of thick juicy sausages, made from scratch just for this cart.

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  • Frost: My most favorite thing that my best friend's mom has made for me is... pirogi.

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  • That first vision happened in a little shop in San Francisco that sells those Russian "hamburgers" called pirogi.

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  • The Polish agree that what we call a pierogi is actually that, but the Russian pirogi also called pirozhki or piroshki are actually small buns made with a yeast or short dough.

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  • The last time I made them I had more patience and actually made the pirogi dough myself.

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  • The pirogi had just been brought to the table, with lovely sides of crisp sautéed onions and beet relish.

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  • She'd been dreaming of pirogi for the past month, wanting them desperately, but now that they were here, she seemed to have lost her appetite.

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  • Katy, still dressed in her attorney clothes, a gray tweed suit with a pale-blue silk blouse, tucked her napkin under her chin and dug in to the pirogi.

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  • She tooka pirogi and cut it on her plate, added some onions and beets and ate it.

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