a type of smoked sausage made of beef or pork, fat, and seasonings: originally made of brains.
a smoked sausage made from pork and beef
a close-fitting cap of mail or plate; coif.
- Cervera y Topete
Pascual [pahs-kwahl] /pɑsˈkwɑl/ (Show IPA), 1839–1909, Spanish admiral.
noun trademark (NZ) a trademarked set of quality standards for farm-produced venison saddle and leg cuts of venison complying with these standards (and officially accredited as such)
beer. n. Spanish for “beer,” from Latin cervisia “beer” (cf. Latin cerea “a Spanish beer”), from a Celtic *kerb- (cf. Gaulish curmi, Old Irish cuirm, Middle Irish coirm, Welsh cwrwf, Old Cornish coref “beer”), from Proto-Celtic *kormi-, perhaps from PIE root *krem-, also source of Latin cremare “to burn” (see cremation). “Connection with ceres (as […]