/tayg"leuhkh, -lahkh, tuyg"-/, n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.)
a confection consisting of small balls of dough boiled in a syrup of honey, sugar, and spices.
Also, taiglach.
[ < Yiddish teyglekh, pl. of teygl, dim. of teyg dough < MHG teig, OHG teic]

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