ep·​i·​gramme | \ ˈepəˌgram, -raa(ə)m\
plural -s

Definition of epigramme

2 : a dish of small pieces of one kind of meat (such as lamb) prepared in two different ways (as some breaded and fried and others broiled)

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History and Etymology for epigramme

French épigramme, literally, epigram, from Latin epigramma

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