Origin of kashaRussian kaša, porridge, partly via Yiddish
cracked buckwheat, wheat, etc. cooked until soft and served variously as a porridge, with meat, etc.
Roasted buckwheat groats.
Origin of kashaRussian from Old Russian
- Look for quilted linings or lining made with kasha, a conventional material that is extra-soft and guaranteed to keep you warm.
- The Jenova trench coat is based on the character One-Winged-Angel and is made of pleather with a Black Kasha lining.