bakemeat

or baked meat

[ beyk-meet ]
/ ˈbeɪkˌmit /

noun Obsolete.

pastry; pie.
cooked food, especially a meat pie.

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Origin of bakemeat

1350–1400; Middle English bake mete, Old English bacen mete baked food. See bake, meat
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