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A very thin sweet biscuit cooked in a special iron and rolled while still warm to form a cylinder. Frequently attributive, especially in "oblietjie iron".
Late 19th century. From Afrikaans oblietjie from Dutch oblie + -tjie, form used after vowel of -ie, diminutive suffix.
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