'Knaidel' for the win (mazol tov!)

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'Knaidel' for the win (mazol tov!)

But what, exactly, does "knaidel" mean? And could it also be spelled “kneidel”? Or is it “kneydl”? According to the bee's official pronouncer, Jacques Bailly, a knaidel is “a small mass of leavened dough cooked by boiling water or steaming as with soup.

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Arvind, an eighth grader at Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School, won the nationally televised contest last night by spelling “knaidel,” a Yiddish term of German origin meaning “dumpling.” Straight-faced through most of the bee,

To 13-year-old Arvind Mahankali it's a 'knaidel.' And it tastes like victory. Arvin, from Bayside Hills in Queens, New York, won the 84th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee Thursday night by correctly spelling the German-Yiddish word on live TV. He

Arvind Mahankali has never had a “knaidel,” but he was able to spell the German-derived Yiddish word for a matzo ball Thursday night to earn the huge trophy and more than $30,000 in cash and prizes. Gallery. Top spellers take stage: The 2013 Scripps

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