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galantine

[ gal-uhn-teen, gal-uhn-teen ]
/ ˈgæl ənˌtin, ˌgæl ənˈtin /
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noun
a dish of boned poultry, wrapped in its skin and poached in gelatin stock, pressed, and served cold with aspic or its own jelly.
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Also galatine.

Origin of galantine

1350–1400; Middle English <Old French galentine, gala(n)tine jellied fish or other meat, perhaps ultimately <Dalmatian galatina;see gelatin
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British Dictionary definitions for galantine

galantine
/ (ˈɡælənˌtiːn) /

noun
a cold dish of meat or poultry, which is boned, cooked, stuffed, then pressed into a neat shape and glazed

Word Origin for galantine

C14: from Old French, from Medieval Latin galatina, probably from Latin gelātus frozen, set; see gelatine
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