pirozhki
noun plural see piroshki

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  • piroshki — or pirozhki noun plural Etymology: Russian pirozhki, plural of pirozhok, diminutive of pirog pastry Date: 1912 small pastries with meat, cheese, or vegetable filling …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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