plural noun um·bles \ˈəm-bəlz\

Definition of umbles

  1. :  the edible viscera of an animal (as a deer or hog)

Origin and Etymology of umbles

Middle English, alteration of noumbles, from Old French nombles loins, alteration of lumbles, from Latin lumbuli, diminutive of lumbi, plural of lumbus loin — more at loin

First Known Use: 15th century

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