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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Conforming to the dietary laws of Judaism.
2. Proper; genuine; permissible.
From Yiddish, from Hebrew kasher (fit, proper). Earliest documented use: 1851.
"Tobias Geffen was an Orthodox rabbi who was pestered with questions from his congregants about whether Coke was kosher."
Karen Burshtein; Passover Pepsi; Winnipeg Free Press (Canada); Apr 25, 2011.
"It is only when The Guardian determines a story is kosher that the BBC jumps in."
Stephen Glover; Patten and Cameron May be on Collision Course; The Independent (London, UK); Mar 14, 2011
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