from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A small cake. Also spelled kichil


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  • In Yiddish, the object of monstrous desire is a kikhl, sometimes written kichel.

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  • I reasoned that I owed it to Dolly, while I was up in Manchester for the funeral and she lived only two streets away, to pop along and share another kichel with her and Mr. Balshemennik.

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  • Dan Steinberg reports that kichel was one of the words given to the contestants -- and as part of a Spelling Bee effort to make the "please use in a sentence" part of the competition more lively, check out kichel's sentence:

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  • Sentence: "The thought of someone kvetching about her kichel gave Meryl the spilkes."

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