noun Etymology: Hindi & Urdu tikkā small piece of meat, from Persian tikka Date: 1955 an Indian dish of marinated meat cooked on a skewer

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  • Tikka — may refer to: Tikka (food), a type of Indian food (also spelled Teeka or Teekka) Tikka (forehead mark), a mark made on the forehead by Hindu Indians (also spelled Tilaka or Teeka or Teekka) A line of hunting rifles manufactured by Finnish… …   Wikipedia

  • Tikka — bezeichnet: Chicken tikka masala (Kurzformen: Tikka, chicken tikka oder CTM), ein in indischen Restaurants in Europa angebotenes Currygericht mit Hähnchenfleischstücken in Tomatensoße tikka, im Irak die Bezeichnung für am Spieß zubereitetes… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tikka — Marinada de una Tikka. Tikka o Teeka es la transliteración en inglés de dos conceptos muy distintos en el subcontinente Indio: tikka con una suave t inicial y tikka con una t inicial pronunciada fuerte. Esta variante hace que haya una confusión… …   Wikipedia Español

  • tikka — UK [ˈtiːkə] / US [ˈtɪkə] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms tikka : singular tikka plural tikkas an Indian meal that consists of pieces of meat or vegetables cooked in spices chicken tikka …   English dictionary

  • tikka — tik|ka [ˈti:kə] n [U] a type of Indian food that consists of small pieces of meat covered in spices, and cooked ▪ chicken tikka …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tikka — tik|ka [ tıkə ] noun count or uncount an Indian meal that consists of pieces of meat or vegetables cooked in SPICES: chicken tikka …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tikka — [ tɪkə, ti:kə] noun an Indian dish of small pieces of meat or vegetables marinated in a spice mixture. Origin from Punjabi ṭikkā …   English new terms dictionary

  • tikka — noun /tɪk.ə,tiː.kə/ A marinade made from various aromatic spices and lentils (dahl); often used in Indian cuisine prior to grilling in a tandoor …   Wiktionary

  • ṭikka — टिक्क …   Indonesian dictionary

  • tikka — tik·ka …   English syllables

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