coldslaw

noun cold·slaw \ˈkōl(d)ˌslȯ\

Definition of coldslaw

plural

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Origin and Etymology of coldslaw

by folk etymology from Dutch koolsla, from kool cabbage + sla salad, from salade, from French; akin to Old English cāl cabbage — more at cole, salad


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