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griskin

[ griz-kin ]
/ ˈgrɪz kɪn /
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noun British.

a chop or steak, especially a pork chop.
Archaic. a pork loin, especially the lean part.

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Origin of griskin

First recorded in 1690–1700; grice + -kin
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griskin
/ (ˈɡrɪskɪn) /

noun

British the lean part of a loin of pork

Word Origin for griskin

C17: probably from dialect gris pig, from Old Norse griss
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