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polony

noun po·lo·ny \ pəˈlōni \

Definition of polony

plural -es
Scottish
: polonaise 1b

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polony

noun \ " \

Definition of polony

plural -es
British
: a dry partly cooked sausage made of various ingredients
  • liver polony
  • cervelat polony

Origin and Etymology of polony

alteration (influenced by Polony) of Bologna (in bologna sausage)


Polony

adjective

Definition of Polony

obsolete
: polish

Origin and Etymology of polony

probably from obsolete English Polony Poland, from Medieval Latin Polonia


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