quiche

See also: quiché and Quiché

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French, from Lorraine Rhine Franconian Küeche ‎(cake), from Middle High German kuoche (German Kuchen, English kuchen), from Old High German kuocho, kuohho, from Proto-Germanic *kōkô (English cookie), from Proto-Indo-European *gog- ‎(ball-shaped object), whence also English cake (via Proto-Germanic *kakǭ ‎(cake)). Compare Persian کوکو ‎(Kuku, quiche). More at cake.

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NounEdit

quiche ‎(plural quiches)

  1. A pie made primarily of eggs and cream in a pastry crust. Other ingredients such as chopped meat or vegetables are often added to the eggs before the quiche is baked.
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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Lorraine Rhine Franconian Küeche, from Middle High German kuoche, from Old High German kuocho, kuohho, from Proto-Germanic *kōkô, from Proto-Indo-European *gog ‎(ball-shaped object). First attested in French in 1805. More at cake.

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NounEdit

quiche f ‎(plural quiches)

  1. quiche

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French quiche

NounEdit

quiche f or m (in variation) (plural quiches)

  1. quiche (pie made of eggs and cream)

Usage notesEdit

In Portugal quiche is mostly used as a feminine noun whereas Brazil shows a more mixed m/f usage[1].

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Helena Figueira (accessed October 29, 2015), “Dúvida Linguística: género de quiche”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[1]

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NounEdit

quiche f ‎(plural quiches)

  1. quiche
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