kasher

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Yiddish כּשרן ‎(kashern), from כּשר ‎(kosher, kosher).

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kasher ‎(third-person singular simple present kashers, present participle kashering, simple past and past participle kashered)

  1. (Judaism, transitive) To render kosher.
    1. (of meat) to remove excess blood from by washing and salting
      “Kosher salt” is called thus, not because it is kosher, but due to its use in the kashering process of meat.
    2. (of kitchenware) to remove traces of non-kosher substances from by cleaning, heating, etc.
      David moved into his new apartment, put up mezuzahs, and kashered his new kitchen.

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew כשר ‎(kashér).

Adjective[edit]

kasher ‎(invariable)

  1. kosher

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