See also: Pumpernickel

EnglishEdit

 
A slice of pumpernickel bread
 
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EtymologyEdit

From Westphalian German Pumpernickel, from Pumper (fart) (or a related form, such as pumpern) and Nickel (rascal) (from the male name Nikolaus (Nicholas)), possibly originating as an insult for a person or for the bread itself by outsiders.

NounEdit

pumpernickel (countable and uncountable, plural pumpernickels)

  1. A German sourdough bread made from rye.