YOGURT / (yo-ghert) /n. / 1. A dairy product that is produced from the bacterial fermentation of milk; / n. / 2. Derived from the Turkish word yogurt and related to the obsolete verb yogmak, which means “to be curdled or coagulated”; / n. / 3. A creamy, edible delicacy that is typically made from cow’s milk although frequently obtained from the milk of water buffalo, goats, sheep, camels, and yaks; / n. / 4. Rich in lactic acid and probiotics, which combine to help break down and remove dead skin cells, stimulate collagen production, soothe irritation, and impart good bacteria to prevent acne and promote cell renewal when applied topically, e.g., “yogurt is great in a pita and for your skin.”
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