Venison

deer's flesh as food
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venison

originally all beasts of the chase, effectively red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, and wild boar (R 170); game animals (L 239); any hunted beast; every beast of the forest, protected by forest law, from Latin venatio,
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Venison

Deer meat
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Venison

Venison is the meat of a game animal, especially a deer. ==Etymology== The word derives from the Latin vēnor (to hunt or pursue). This term entered English through Norman in the 11th century, following the Norman invasion of England, and the establishment of Royal Forests. ==Definition== Venison originally described meat of any game animal killed...
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Venison

• (n.) Beasts of the chase. • (n.) Formerly, the flesh of any of the edible beasts of the chase, also of game birds; now, the flesh of animals of the deer kind exclusively.
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venison

(from Latin venatus, `to hunt`), the meat from any kind of deer; originally, the term referred to any kind of edible game.[1 related articles]
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venison

noun meat from a deer used as food
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Venison

Ven'i·son noun [ Middle English veneison , veneson , venison , Old French veneison , French venaison , Latin venatio hunting, the chase, game, from venari , past participle venatus , to hunt; perhaps akin to Old High German weidin...n ...
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Venison

Deer meat.
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Venison

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venison

originally all beasts of the chase, effectively red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, and wild boar (R 170); game animals (L 239); any hunted beast; every beast of the forest, protected by forest law, from Latin venatio,
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Venison

This term covers the meat from antelope, caribou, elk, deer, moose, and reindeer. Venison is probably the most popular large game meat eaten today.
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venison

venison (ven'izun) [O.Fr.,=hunting], term formerly applied to the flesh of any wild beast or game hunted and used for food but now restricted to the flesh of members of the deer family. The meat is best if the animal is plump, forest fed, and at least five years old; it is improved by hanging in...
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venison

[n] - meat from a deer used as food
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