billi–bi

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noun bil·li–bi \ˈbi-lē-ˌbē, ˌbi-lē-ˈ\

Definition of billi–bi

  1. :  a soup of mussel stock, white wine, and cream served hot or cold

Variants of billi–bi

less commonly

billy–bi

Origin and Etymology of billi–bi

French, alteration of Billy B., perhaps from William B. Leeds, Jr. †1972 American industrialist


First Known Use: 1961


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