[sur-vuh-lat, -lah, ser-]
Also cer·ve·las [suhr-vuh-lah, ser-] /ˈsʌr vəˌlɑ, ˈsɛr-/.

Origin of cervelat

1605–15; French (now obsolete); see saveloy
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British Dictionary definitions for cervelat


  1. a smoked sausage made from pork and beef

Word Origin for cervelat

C17: via obsolete French from Italian cervellata
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