sevruga

noun
sev·ru·ga | \sə-ˈvrü-gə, se-\

Definition of sevruga 

: a gray caviar from a sturgeon (Acipenser sevru) of the Caspian Sea with roe that is smaller than that of osetra also : the fish

First Known Use of sevruga

1591, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sevruga

Russian sevryuga, a species of sturgeon

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