[ nuhm-buhlz ]
/ ˈnʌm bəlz /
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certain of the inward parts of an animal, especially of a deer, used as food.
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British Dictionary definitions for numbles
/ (ˈnʌmbəlz) /
archaic the heart, lungs, liver, etc, of an deer or other animal, cooked for food
Word Origin for numbles
C14: from Old French nombles, plural of nomble thigh muscle of a deer, changed from Latin lumbulus a little loin, from lumbus loin; see humble pie
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