Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CRULLA, n. Found only in comb. Aberdeen crulla, a kind of doughnut (Edn. 1829 Mrs. Dalgairns Practice of Cookery 284).

[Prob. from U.S. cruller, a kind of doughnut, appar. from Du. krullen. to curl (D.A.E.).]

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