Gralloch \Gral"loch\, n. Offal of a deer. -- v. t. To remove the offal from (a deer). [1913 Webster]

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  • gralloch — 1. noun /ˈɡɹælək/ The entrails or offal of a dead deer. 2. verb /ˈɡɹælək/ To eviscerate a deer. On our mattress in the secret nights, the girls whispered to me how he’d been watching her in a revival of Emma Bovary in an art house in Berkeley and …   Wiktionary

  • gralloch — [ gralək] noun the entrails of a dead deer. verb disembowel (a deer that has been shot). Origin C19: from Sc. Gaelic grealach …   English new terms dictionary

  • gralloch — gral·loch …   English syllables

  • gralloch — I. ˈgralək, əḵ noun ( s) Etymology: Scottish Gaelic greallach 1. Britain : the entrails of an animal (as a deer) 2. B …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Field dressing deer — Field dressing deer, also called gutting or gralloch, is a necessary step in preserving meat from deer harvested in the wild. Field dressing must be done as soon as possible in order to ensure rapid body heat loss, and prevent bacteria from… …   Wikipedia

  • disembowel — v eviscerate, exenterate, gut, draw, cut out, cut open, embowel, gralloch, Rare. paunch …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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