langue de boeuf

[ French lahng duh bœf ]
/ French lɑ̃g də ˈbœf /

noun, plural langues de boeuf [French lahng duh bœf] /French lɑ̃g də ˈbœf/.



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Origin of langue de boeuf

1400–50; < French: literally, ox tongue; replacing late Middle English lange de bef < Middle French langue de boeuf Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020