brandade

noun bran·dade \bräⁿdȧd\

Definition of brandade

plural

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  1. :  a seasoned puree of fish and especially of salt cod

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Origin and Etymology of brandade

French, from Provençal brandado, literally, act of stirring, from branda to stir, agitate, from Old Provençal brandar, from bran sword, of Germanic origin


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