Palatschinken

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Etymology[edit]

The Austrian-German term Palatschinke is borrowed from Czech palačinka, that in turn from Hungarian palacsinta, and that in turn from Romanian plăcintă (a cake, a pie), where it ultimately derives from Latin placenta (a flat cake), a word of Greek origin

Noun[edit]

Palatschinken m (genitive Palatschinkens, plural Palatschinken)

  1. thin, crêpe-like variety of pancake common in Central Europe.

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