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saveloy

[ sav-uh-loi ]
/ ˈsæv əˌlɔɪ /
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noun Chiefly British.
a highly seasoned, dried sausage.
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Origin of saveloy

1830–40; probably <French cervelas,Middle French cervelat<Italian cervellato Milanese sausage, originally containing pig's brains, equivalent to cervell(o) brain (see cerebellum) + -ato-ate1
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British Dictionary definitions for saveloy

saveloy
/ (ˈsævɪˌlɔɪ) /

noun
a smoked sausage made from salted pork, well seasoned and coloured red with saltpetre

Word Origin for saveloy

C19: probably via French from Italian cervellato, from cervello brain, from Latin cerebellum, diminutive of cerebrum brain
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