terrine

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Borrowing from French terrine "a clay dish" by extension, "that which is cooked in the dish".

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terrine (plural terrines)

  1. A dish or pan, typically used for casseroles and made out of pottery.
  2. A pâté baked in such a dish and served cold.

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French terrine

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terrine f (plural terrines, diminutive terrinetje n)

  1. terrine (dish)
  2. terrine (pâté)

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French[edit]

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terre +‎ -ine, or from the feminine of Old French terrin, from Vulgar Latin *terrinus, from Latin terrēnus, from terra. Cf. also terrain.

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terrine f (plural terrines)

  1. terrine (dish)
  2. terrine (pâté)

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terrine f

  1. plural of terrina

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