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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2016-07-06 issue of the New York Times (2016-07-06).

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  1. bual
    • 2016, Melissa Clark, A Speedy Approach to Cooking With Cherries[1]:
      If you are daring, try this dish with a good German auslese riesling or a bual Madeira.
  2. calamansi
    • 2016, Ligaya Mishan, Phil-Am Kusina, a Ray of Philippine Sun on Staten Island[2]:
      His parents, Felix and Teresita (known as Titatita), kept a calamansi tree in their sunroom, freezing the fruit to make it last the winter.
  3. longanisa
    • 2016, Ligaya Mishan, Phil-Am Kusina, a Ray of Philippine Sun on Staten Island[3]:
      If the cooking at Phil-Am Kusina is sometimes distracted, that may be because Mr. Imperial is busy these days; he also manages his parents’ grocery store, and this year started a food truck called Sisig City , currently stationed in Gowanus, Brooklyn, and offering the likes of lechon sliders and longanisa sausage “mini dogs,” for delivery only.
  4. pirachkichs
    • 2016, Alissa J. Rubin, From Refugee Chefs, a Taste of Home[4]:
      A couple of feet away, Fariza Isakova, 32, a refugee from Grozny, Chechnya, who fled first in 2004 but arrived in France more recently, was rolling neat circles of dough for pirachkichs, which she was stuffing with a mixture of finely chopped cabbage, carrots, dill, parsley and onion.
  5. semur
    • 2016, Tejal Rao, Ending the Ramadan Fast With an Indonesian Feast[5]:
      The semur is made the way Ms. Pratiwi’s grandmother and mother taught her to make it, though Ms. Pratiwi braises the beef more gently, in the oven, until it’s very tender and glistening all over with a dark, mellow sauce.
  6. somyeon
    • 2016, David Tanis, Spicy Cold Noodles Offer an Antidote to Summer Heat[6]:
      Usually made with cold buckwheat noodles, naengmyeon, or thin wheat flour noodles, somyeon, it’s also good with Vietnamese rice noodles (or so I say, but I’m a heathen).


The following words were identified as probable typos: cacio, grenaches, humba, lechon, rabe, sauvignon, toothplates