hibachi
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1863 a charcoal brazier

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  • hibachi — 1863, from Japanese hibachi firepot, from hi fire + bachi, hachi bowl, pot, which Watkins derives ultimately from Skt. patram cup, bowl …   Etymology dictionary

  • Hibachi — (spr. hibatschi), japanisches Kohlenbecken …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Hibachi —   [ tʃi; japanisch »Feuerbecken«] der, / s, das japanische Kohlebecken zum Erwärmen der Hände und zum Kochen des Teewassers; war als mobiler Wärmespender Privileg des Adels, deshalb kunsthandwerklich gestaltet: vasenförmig aus Keramik und bauchig …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hibachi — [hi bä′chē] n. pl. hibachis [Jpn < hi, fire + bachi, bowl] a small, charcoal burning grill of Japanese design …   English World dictionary

  • Hibachi — The hibachi (Japanese: 火鉢, literally fire bowl ) is a traditional Japanese heating device. It consists of a round, cylindrical or a box shaped open topped container, made from or lined with a heatproof material and designed to hold burning… …   Wikipedia

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  • hibachi — I noun a portable brazier that burns charcoal and has a grill for cooking • Hypernyms: ↑brazier, ↑brasier II verb cook over a hibachi grill (Freq. 1) • Topics: ↑cooking, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • hibachi — [hɪ batʃi, hɪbətʃi] noun (plural hibachis) a portable cooking apparatus similar to a small barbecue. ↘(in Japan) a large earthenware pan or brazier in which charcoal is burnt to provide indoor heating. Origin C19: Japanese hibachi, hi hachi, from …   English new terms dictionary

  • hibachi — /hi bah chee/, n. a small Japanese style charcoal brazier covered with a grill, usually used for outdoor cooking. [1860 65; < Japn, equiv. to hi fire (earlier fi(y) < *poi) + bachi comb. form of hachi pot, earlier fati < MChin, akin to Chin bo… …   Universalium

  • hibachi — noun A portable brazier, powered by charcoal, used for cooking …   Wiktionary

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