Definitions for kreplachˈkrɛp ləx, -lɑx; -ləx
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krep•lachˈkrɛp ləx, -lɑx; -ləx(n.)(pl.)-lach also -lech.
a small pocket of noodle dough filled with ground meat or cheese, usu. boiled and served in soup.
Origin of kreplach:
1890–95; < Yiddish kreplech, pl. of krepl, akin to dial. G Krӓppel fritter, G Krapfen apple-fritter
Small dumplings, filled with meat or cheese and served usually in soup.
Origin: From קרעפלעך.