Etymology
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muenster (n.)

type of semi-soft, strong-flavored cow's-milk cheese, 1902, from Münster, mountain valley in Alsace, where it is made; the place name is German, literally "minster."

updated on March 21, 2019

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Definitions of muenster from WordNet

Muenster (n.)
semisoft pale-yellow cheese;
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