- noun1. a flat cake of thin batter fried on both sides on a griddle• Syn:• Hypernyms: ↑cake• Hyponyms:↑buckwheat cake, ↑buttermilk pancake, ↑blini, ↑bliny, ↑blintz, ↑blintze, ↑crape, ↑crepe, ↑French pancake, ↑pfannkuchen, ↑german pancake, ↑potato pancake, ↑latke, ↑tortilla2. a scone made by dropping a spoonful of batter on a griddle• Hypernyms: ↑scone
* * */grid"l kayk'/, n.a thin cake of batter cooked on a griddle; pancake.[1775-85; GRIDDLE + CAKE]Regional Variation. See pancake.
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