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Explanation: Lox is Jewish-NY dialect for a smoked and salty variety of salmon akin to what's popular in German grocery stores as "geräucherter Lachs." Like the NYers, the Germans too put this thinly sliced smoked fish on bread, among other uses.
Living, and eating lots of lox, in U.S. and Germany Webster's