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paupiette

[ poh-pyet ]
/ poʊˈpyɛt /
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noun, plural pau·piettes [poh-pyets; French poh-pyet]. /poʊˈpyɛts; French poʊˈpyɛt/. French Cooking.

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Origin of paupiette

1885–90; earlier po(u)piette, probably derivative of Middle French poulpe fleshy part of the body or of an animal, Old French polpe<Latin pulpapulp; see -ette

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