noun to·mal·ley \tə-ˈma-lē, -ˈmä-; ˈtä-ˌma-lē, -mə-lē\
plural to·mal·leys

Definition of TOMALLEY

:  the liver of the lobster

Origin of TOMALLEY

Carib tumali sauce of lobster livers
First Known Use: circa 1666


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