vealer









vealer


noun

  1. Also veal·er [vee-ler] /ˈvi lər/. a calf raised for its meat, usually a milk-fed animal less than three months old.
  2. the flesh of the calf as used for food.

noun

  1. US, Canadian and Australian another name for veal (def. 2)
  2. NZ a young bovine animal of up to 14 months old grown for veal

noun

  1. the flesh of the calf used as food
  2. Also called: veal calf a calf, esp one bred for eating
n.

late 14c., from Anglo-French vel, Old French veel “a calf” (Modern French veau), earlier vedel, from Latin vitellus, diminutive of vitulus “calf,” perhaps originally “yearling,” if related, as some think, to Sanskrit vatsah “calf,” literally “yearling;” Gothic wiþrus, Old English weðer (see wether; cf. also veteran).

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