noun syl·la·bub \ˈsi-lə-ˌbəb\

Definition of SYLLABUB

:  milk or cream that is curdled with an acid beverage (as wine or cider) and often sweetened and served as a drink or topping or thickened with gelatin and served as a dessert

Variants of SYLLABUB

syl·la·bub also sil·la·bub \ˈsi-lə-ˌbəb\

Origin of SYLLABUB

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1537

Other Alcoholic Beverage Terms

finish, gimlet, mull, sake, setup, sommelier, vintner, wassail


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