lardoon
or lardon noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French lardun piece of fat pork, from lard Date: 14th century a strip (as of salt pork) with which meat is larded

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  • Lardoon — Lardon Lar don, Lardoon Lar*doon , n. [F. lardon, fr. lard lard.] A bit of fat pork or bacon used in larding. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lardoon — noun A meat strip used for larding, especially salted pork …   Wiktionary

  • lardoon — lar·doon …   English syllables

  • lardoon — …   Useful english dictionary

  • lardon —    , lardoon    (lahr DONH) [French: piece of pork] In cooking, a thin strip of pork fat or bacon drawn through a piece of meat with a specially designed needle …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • Lardon — Lar don, Lardoon Lar*doon , n. [F. lardon, fr. lard lard.] A bit of fat pork or bacon used in larding. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lardon — noun see lardoon …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lardon — /lahr dn/, n. a strip of fat used in larding, esp. as drawn through the substance of meat, chicken, etc., with a kind of needle or pin. Also, lardoon /lahr doohn /. [1400 50; late ME lardun < MF lardon piece of pork, equiv. to lard LARD + on n.… …   Universalium

  • lardon — [ lα:dən] (also lardoon du:n) noun a chunk or strip of bacon used to lard meat. Origin ME: from Fr., from lard (see lard) …   English new terms dictionary

  • lardon — [lär do͞on′lärd′ n] n. [ME < MFr < lard, LARD] a strip of bacon or pork used to lard meat: also lardoon [lär do͞on′] …   English World dictionary

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