simit

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English[edit]

2 Turkish simits

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Borrowed from Turkish simit.

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simit (plural simits)

  1. A ring-shaped bread roll covered with sesame seeds.

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English cement.

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simit

  1. cement

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Turkish[edit]

Two simits

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic سميد (samīd, white bread or fine flour).

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simit (definite accusative simidi, plural simitler)

  1. A bagel or ring doughnut shaped bread roll covered with sesame seeds.
    • 2013, Ser Cem, Umut'un Gölgesinde, p. 65:
      Yanımda oturanlar vapura eşlik eden martılara parça simitler atıyorlardı. Martılar ustalıkla, daha simitler suya düşmeden havada yakalayıp yutuyorlardı.

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