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

Origin and Etymology of bourride

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

First Known Use: 1872

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