rougail

[ roo-gahy ]
/ ruˈgaɪ /

noun

a combination of condiments and spices, as ginger, thyme, pimiento, and tomatoes, used especially in Creole cookery.

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Origin of rougail

First recorded in 1955–60; from French, from French-based creoles of the Indian Ocean (Mauritius, Réunion, etc.); further origin undetermined
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