bourride

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noun bour·ride \bu̇-ˈrēd, bə-\

Definition of bourride

  1. :  a fish stew similar to bouillabaisse that is usually thickened with egg yolks and strongly flavored with garlic

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Origin and Etymology of bourride

French, from Occitan bourrido, alteration of boulido something boiled, from bouli to boil, from Latin bullire — more at boil

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