- Pennsylvania Dutch Schmierkees, from German Schmierkäse, a kind of spreadable cheese : schmieren, to smear (from Middle High German smirwen, from Old High German) + Käse, cheese (from Middle High German kaese, from Old High German kāsi, from Latin cāseus). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Coconut and Lime: Rachel chooses one favorite original recipe for each month of the year, including one with the very intriguing name "smearcase".”
“German _wamms_, a doublet, and "smearcase" for cottage cheese, from the”
“Then when mother had put a nice clean valance, freshly starched and ruffled, around the big four-poster bed in the sitting-room, Will would daub it up with smearcase, and just before the preachers arrived, sneak in under it, and wait for prayers.”
“One finds also here and there a word from the “Pennsylvania Dutch,” such as “waumus” for a loose jacket, from the German wamms, a doublet, and “smearcase” for cottage cheese, from the German schmierkaese.”
“People rave about the smearcase, which I have yet to try.”
“The P's take us from pandowdy to pompey to pudjicky; the Q's offer qualmish, quick start, and quiddle; in R we find ramstugious, redd up, robin snow, and rumpelkammer; and S yields saluggi, say-so, and smearcase.”
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