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pottage

[pot-ij] /ˈpɒt ɪdʒ/
noun
1.
a thick soup made of vegetables, with or without meat.
Origin of pottage
1175-1225
1175-1225; Middle English potage < Old French: literally, something in or from a pot1; see -age
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pottage

/ˈpɒtɪdʒ/
noun
1.
a thick meat or vegetable soup
Word Origin
C13: from Old French potage contents of a pot, from potpot1
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Word Origin and History for pottage
n.

"soup, broth," c.1200, potage, literally "that which is put in a pot," from Old French potage "vegetable soup, food cooked in a pot," from pot "pot" (see pot (n.1)). The spelling with double -t- is from early 15c.

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