calf's-foot jelly

noun
\ˈkavz-ˌfu̇t-, ˈkafs-, ˈkävz-, ˈkäfs- also ˈkāvz-\

Definition of calf's-foot jelly 

: jelly made from gelatin obtained by boiling calves' feet

First Known Use of calf's-foot jelly

1729, in the meaning defined above

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