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saltimbocca

noun sal·tim·boc·ca \ˌsl-təm-ˈbä-kə\

Definition of SALTIMBOCCA

:  scallops of veal prepared with sage, slices of ham, and sometimes cheese and served with a wine sauce
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Origin of SALTIMBOCCA

Italian, from saltare to jump + in in + bocca mouth
First Known Use: 1937

Rhymes with SALTIMBOCCA

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