AfrikaansShow more Afrikaans, from smoor to stew, smother.
A.adjectivesmoored. Usually in the collocations smoorfish or smoorvis/-fəs/ [Afrikaans, vis fish], a traditional Malay dish containing gently braised fish, also smoorsnoek/-snuk/ [Afrikaans, snoek see snoeknoun], this dish, made from snoek (see snoeknounsense 1, 2, and 3).
1902H.J. DuckittHilda’s Diary of Cape Hsekeeper 65I am often asked for the recipe for smoorfish, so I will write down once for all the way we ourselves do it.
smoored. Usually in the collocations smoorfish or smoorvis-fəs, vis fish, a traditional Malay dish containing gently braised fish, also smoorsnoek-snuk, snoek see snoeknoun, this dish, made from snoek (see snoeknoun1, 2, and 3).
A braised dish; a stew. Also with distinguishing epithet, as snoek smoor (cf. smoorsnoek at A).
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