Origin of mash note
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(plural mash notes)
Often used in or of book reviews, for enthusiastic praise.
First recorded 1880, and originally mash letter, from mash, masher, likely from Romani masha (“a fascinator, an enticer"), mashdva (“fascination, enticement"), + note. See mash for details.
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