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gambrel

noun gam·brel \ˈgam-brəl\

Definition of GAMBREL

:  a stick or iron for suspending slaughtered animals

Origin of GAMBREL

perhaps from Middle French dialect (Norman) gamberel, from gambe leg, from Late Latin gamba
First Known Use: 1547

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