Definition of Penuchi
1. penuche [n -S] - See also: penuche
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Penuchi
Literary usage of Penuchi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Food for the Worker: The Food Values and Cost of a Series of Menus and by Frances Stern, Gerturde T. Spitz (1917)
"Candy 14 Fudge 15 Molasses candy 16 Peanut candy 17 penuchi V. Cereals and Macaroni 18 Cracked wheat 19 Cream of wheat 20 Farina 21 Hominy 22 Corn meal 23 ..."
2. The British Year-book of Agriculture and Agricultural Who's who (1908)
"Addresses : penuchi, Caerwys, nr. Holy well, Flints; and Treasury, SW LICHFIELD, Earl of; b. 1856. Owner of over 21000 acres, and is presid. of Staffs. ..."