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marengo

adjective, ma·ren·go often capitalized \mə-ˈreŋ-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of MARENGO

:  of, consisting of, or served with a sauce of mushrooms, tomatoes, olives, oil, and wine <veal marengo>

Origin of MARENGO

French, from Marengo, village in northwest Italy
First Known Use: circa 1924

Marengo

geographical name Ma·ren·go \mä-ˈreŋ-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of MARENGO

village NW Italy in SE Piedmont

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