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'Knaidel' for the win (mazol tov!)
Thirteen-year-old Arvind Mahankali of Bayside Hills, N.Y., won the Scripps National Spelling Bee by correctly spelling 'knaidel,' a German-derived Yiddish word for a dumpling. Associated Press. Correction: Clarification: RELATED. Post Local: In
Arvind Mahankali, 13, won the won the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday after correctly spelling the word “knaidel,” a type of dumpling. Knaidel (pronounced can-eh-dell) is a Yiddish word, derived from German.
You mix the ingredients, simmer them in soup or water, and the dry, unforgiving shirt cardboard that is matzo transforms into a small, warm bosom, tender and soft. A knaidel is our small miracle of transubstantiation—maybe
The 13-year-old from Bayside Hills, N.Y., correctly spelled "knaidel," a word for a small mass of leavened dough, to win the 86th Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday night. The bee tested brain power, composure and, for the first time, knowledge
Arvind, an eighth grader at Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School, won the nationally televised contest by spelling “knaidel,” a Yiddish term of German origin meaning “dumpling.” This little smarty pants won $30,000 in this year's spelling bee for a word