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ballottine

[ bal-uh-teen, bal-uh-teen; French ba-law-teen ]
/ ˈbæl əˌtin, ˌbæl əˈtin; French ba lɔˈtin /
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noun, plural bal·lot·tines [bal-uh-teenz, bal-uh-teenz; French ba-law-teen]. /ˈbæl əˌtinz, ˌbæl əˈtinz; French ba lɔˈtin/.
a kind of galantine made of meat, poultry, or fish that is stuffed and rolled and usually served hot.
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Origin of ballottine

Perhaps <French ballott(é) tossed about (see ballottement) + (galant)ine
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