[kavz-foo t, kahvz-, kafs-, kahfs-]
- jelly made from the stock of boiled calves' feet.
Origin of calf's-foot jelly
First recorded in 1765–75
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- a jelly made from the stock of boiled calves' feet and flavourings, formerly often served to invalids
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