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aspic

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noun as·pic \ˈas-pik\

Definition of aspic

obsolete

  1. :  2asp



Origin and Etymology of aspic

Middle French, alteration of aspe, from Latin aspis


First Known Use: 1530


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aspic

noun as·pic

Definition of aspic

  1. :  a clear savory jelly (as of fish or meat stock) used as a garnish or to make a meat, fish, or vegetable mold



Origin and Etymology of aspic

French, literally, asp


First Known Use: 1789


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