osso bucco

/ (ˈɒsəʊ ˈbʊkəʊ) /

noun

a stew, originally from Italy, made with knuckle of veal, cooked in tomato sauce

Nearby words

  1. ossification,
  2. ossified,
  3. ossifrage,
  4. ossify,
  5. ossining,
  6. ossobuco,
  7. ossuarium,
  8. ossuary,
  9. ost,
  10. oste-

Word Origin for osso bucco

C20: from Italian: marrowbone

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