kookappel

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Etymology[edit]

From koken (to cook) +‎ appel (apple)

Pronunciation[edit]

  • Hyphenation: kook‧ap‧pel

Noun[edit]

kookappel m (plural kookappelen or kookappels, diminutive kookappeltje n)

  1. An apple (of a) variety best fit to be used in the kitchen for relatively elaborate recipes (cooked, fried etc.), rather then wholly eaten in its natural state (raw, but possibly peeled)

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