griskin

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Considered by some dictionaries to derive from grice +‎ -kin. Compare Irish griscín.

Noun[edit]

griskin (plural griskins)

  1. A lean cut of meat from the loin of a pig.
  2. (rare) The bones, particularly the spine, of a pig.

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