dashi
noun Etymology: Japanese, broth Date: circa 1961 a fish broth made from dried bonito

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  • Dashi —    A collective term for ornate ceremonial floats of various kinds in the shape of a boat, shrine or mountain, used at festivals. Dashi come in various sizes and are carried or drawn by a vehicle. Their design may be derived from the earlier… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • dashi — /ˈdaʃi/ (say dahshee) noun (in Japanese cookery) a soup stock made from dried bonito flakes and kombu. {Japanese, from dashijiru, from dashi extract, draw + jiru, variant of shiru juice, broth} …   Australian English dictionary

  • dashi — da·shi (däʹshē) n. A clear soup stock, usually with a fish or vegetable base.   [Japanese, broth.] * * * …   Universalium

  • dashi — noun A type of soup or cooking stock, often made from kelp …   Wiktionary

  • dashi — n. (Japanese) broth or soup stock (made from fish or seaweed) …   English contemporary dictionary

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