What is another word for yoghurt?

Pronunciation: [jˈɒɡət] (IPA)

Yoghurt is a dairy product that is consumed by people all around the world. It is known by various names in different regions. Some synonyms for yoghurt are curd, dahi, lassi, skyr, and kefir. Curd or dahi is the most commonly used synonym for yoghurt in India. Lassi is another popular variant of yoghurt in India that is consumed as a refreshing drink. Skyr is a thick and creamy yoghurt that originated in Iceland and is now widely available in many countries. Kefir is a fermented dairy product that is known for its probiotic properties and is similar to yoghurt. Although all these alternatives to yoghurt differ in taste and texture, they all offer the same health benefits that yoghurt is known for.

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  • Equivalence

    • Proper noun, singular
    • Noun, singular or mass

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  • Other hypernyms:

    dairy product, soft food, Probiotic food, cultured product, fermented food.

Usage examples for Yoghurt

Y yoghurt, or Yogurt U.S.A. Made with Bacillus bulgaricus, that develops the acidity of the milk.
"The Complete Book of Cheese"
Robert Carlton Brown

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