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haslet

[ has-lit, heys-, heyz- ]
/ ˈhæs lɪt, ˈheɪs-, ˈheɪz- /
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noun Chiefly Southern U.S.
the heart, liver, etc., of a hog or other animal used for food.
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Also harslet.

Origin of haslet

1300–50; Middle English hastelet<Middle French: roasted meat, diminutive (see -let) of haste spit, piece of spitroasted meat <Germanic; compare Old English hearstepanne frying pan, hierstan to roast, fry, Dutch harst sirloin; see hearth
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British Dictionary definitions for haslet

haslet

harslet

/ (ˈhæzlɪt) /

noun
a loaf of cooked minced pig's offal, eaten cold

Word Origin for haslet

C14: from Old French hastelet piece of spit roasted meat, from haste spit, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German harsta frying pan
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