rognon

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French rognon, roignon, from Old French roignon, rognon, from Vulgar Latin *rēniō, *rēniōnem, from Latin rēn (kidney). Cognate with Norman rignon, Spanish riñón, Occitan renhon. See also French rein and -on.

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rognon m (plural rognons)

  1. (cooking) kidney

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Friulian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare Italian rognone, French rognon. Derived (possibly indirectly) from a Vulgar Latin *rēniō, *rēniōnem, from Latin rēn (kidney).

Noun[edit]

rognon m (plural rognons)

  1. kidney