[ lahr-dn ]
/ ˈlɑr dn /
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a strip of fat used in larding, especially as drawn through the substance of meat, chicken, etc., with a kind of needle or pin.
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Also lar·doon [lahr-doon]. /lɑrˈdun/.
Origin of lardon
1400–50; late Middle English lardun<Middle French lardon piece of pork, equivalent to lardlard + -on noun suffix
Words nearby lardon
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British Dictionary definitions for lardon
/ (ˈlɑːdən) /
a strip or cube of fat or bacon used in larding meat
Word Origin for lardon
C15: from Old French, from lard
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