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From Proto-Vietic *-siːt; cognate with Muong thit and Chut [Rục] sit⁸. Compare thức, which has same initial development.



(classifier miếng, cục) thịt (, , 𦧘, 𬚸)

  1. human or animal flesh, especially meat, but mostly except fish and shellfish
    thịt lợn/heopork
    thịt trâuwater buffalo beef
    thịt bòSouthern Yellow zebu beef
    thịt cámeat and fish
    thịt nạcnon-fat meat
    thịt mỡfat attached to meat
    da thịthuman flesh, as something that makes humans human (literally, “skin and flesh”)
    máu thịt(our country, people, etc., as) part of us, as integral as our flesh and blood (literally, “blood and flesh”)

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