ETYM French biscuit (cf. Italian biscotto, Spanish bizcocho, Portu. biscouto), from Latin bis twice + coctus, p. p. of coquere to cook, bake. Related to Cook, Bisque a kind of porcelain.
Small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda.
ETYM Scot. bun, bunn, Old Eng. bunne, bonne; from Celtic; cf. Irish bunna, Gael. bonnach, or Old Fren. bugne tumor, Prov. French bugne a kind of pancake.
Small rounded bread either plain or sweet; SYN. roll.
ETYM OR. fritour, friture, pancake, French friture frying, a thing fried, from frire to fry. Related to Far.
Small quantity of fried batter containing fruit or meat or vegetables.
A slight irregular shaking motion; SYN. jiggle.
ETYM French pâté. Related to Pasty.
1. Round flat candy.
2. Small flat mass of chopped food; SYN. cake.
3. Small pie or pasty.
ETYM Written variously, scon, skone, skon, etc.
Small biscuit (rich with cream and eggs) cut into diamonds or sticks and baked in an oven or (especially originally) on a griddle.
Site of ancient palace where most of the Scottish kings were crowned on the Stone of Destiny (now in the Coronation Chair at Westminster, London). The village of Scone is in Tayside, Scotland, N of Perth.
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1. A block of data that a server returns to a client in response to a request from the client.
2. On the World Wide Web, a block of data that a Web server stores on a client system. When a user returns to the same Web site, the browser sends a copy of the cookie back to the server. Cookies are used to identify users, to instruct the server to send a customized version of the requested Web page, to submit account information for the user, and for other administrative purposes.
3. Originally an allusion to fortune cookie, a UNIX program that outputs a different message, or “fortune,” each time it is used. On some systems, the cookie program is run during user logon.
The most common meaning of Cookie on the Internet refers to a piece of information sent by a Web Server to a Web Browser that the Browser software is expected to save and to send back to the Server whenever the browser makes additional requests from the Server.