venison

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French venison (meat of large game, particularly deer or boar; hunt), from Latin venatio (hunt; meat from a hunt), formed on venatus, past participle of venari (to hunt).

Noun[edit]

venison (countable and uncountable, plural venisons)

  1. The meat of a deer.

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin venatio.

Noun[edit]

venison f (oblique plural venisons, nominative singular venison, nominative plural venisons)

  1. venison (meat)

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