plural noun

  1. certain of the inward parts of an animal, especially of a deer, used as food.

pl n

  1. archaic the heart, lungs, liver, etc, of an deer or other animal, cooked for food

“offal,” from Old French nombles “loin of veal, fillet of beef, haunch of venison,” from Latin lumulus, diminutive of lumbus “loin” (see lumbago).

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