gosier

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a derivative of Vulgar Latin gusia or *gausia (compare Italian gozzo ‘gizzard’, Friulan gose ‘id.’, Romanian guşă ‘maw, gullet’), from Late Latin geusiae < Gaulish geusiae (compare Welsh gewai ‘glutton’).

Noun[edit]

gosier m (plural gosiers)

  1. gullet

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