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  1. limpanoun

    a rye bread made with molasses or brown sugar


  1. Limpanoun

    a type of rye bread, made using molasses or brown sugar. MW10


  1. Limpa

    Vörtbröd (Swedish for Wort Bread) is a sweet Scandinavian rye bread, associated with Swedish cuisine. It is a yeast-leavened spice loaf, sweetened with brown sugar and molasses which comes in a large variety in regards to whether or not butter-enriched, and which spices are being used. Traditional bread spices are anise, caraway, fennel seeds, and bitter orange. Typically baked during the Christmas season, the festive wort breads/loaves (Swedish: vörtbröd / vörtlimpa) are flavoured with spices like anise, caraway, and fennel seeds, and often orange rinds, raisins or sultanas, and dark beer, in addition to the wort. Its distinct taste and look is in large part due to the addition of wort to the dough, making it similar to a malt loaf. It is a typical dish for a traditional Christmas Eve smörgåsbord or julbord. Limpa bread pairs well with jams and jellies, or cream cheese.


  1. limpa

    The term "limpa" doesn't seem to have a general definition in English language usage, as it may be a surname, word from another language, or misspelling. In Portuguese, "limpa" translates to "clean." In any context, the meaning will depend. Please provide more contextual details.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of limpa in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of limpa in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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