Port du Salut

noun Port du Sa·lut \ˌpȯr-də-sə-ˈlü, -sa-; -səl-ˈyü, -sal-\

Definition of Port du Salut

  1. :  a semisoft pressed ripened cheese of usually mild flavor originated by Trappist monks in France

Origin and Etymology of port du salut

French port-du-salut, port-salut, from Port du Salut, Trappist abbey in northwest France

First Known Use: 1881

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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