kishke n : (Judaism) roasted fowl intestines with a seasoned filling of matzo meal and suet [syn: stuffed derma]
Kishka can be:
- Intestine or gut, in East Slavic languages, used in English-language Yiddishisms, such as Joshua's kishkes are aching from all that vermouth in his peach martini.
- Kishka (food) is a sausage or pudding from Eastern European cuisine
- Kiszka (family), a szlachta family in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
- Kishka (prison cell), a kind of cell in Soviet political prisons