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Etymology [ edit ]
Middle English , from sausige Anglo-Norman (compare Jèrriais saussiche saûciche), from Late Latin (compare Spanish salsīcia , Italian salchicha ), neuter plural of salsiccia ( salsīcius “ seasoned with salt ”), derivative of Latin ( salsus “ salted ”), from ( sal “ salt ”). More at . salt
Pronunciation [ edit ]
sausage ( , countable and uncountable plural ) sausages
A food made of ground meat (or meat substitute) and seasoning, packed in a cylindrical casing; a length of this food.
A sausage-shaped thing.
( colloquial ) Penis. A term of
my little sausage
Silly sausage. A
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