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blancmange

[ bluh-mahnj, -mahnzh ]
/ bləˈmɑndʒ, -ˈmɑ̃ʒ /
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noun
a sweet pudding prepared with almond milk and gelatin and flavored with rum or kirsch.
a sweet, white pudding made with milk and cornstarch and flavored with vanilla.
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Origin of blancmange

1350–1400; apocopated variant of Middle English blancmanger<Middle French: literally, white eating. See blank, manger
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British Dictionary definitions for blancmange

blancmange
/ (bləˈmɒnʒ) /

noun
a jelly-like dessert, stiffened usually with cornflour and set in a mould

Word Origin for blancmange

C14: from Old French blanc manger, literally: white food
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