Definitions for salamisəˈlɑ mi
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a spicy, garlic-flavored sausage.
Origin of salami:
1850–55; < It, pl. of salame < VL *salāmen, der. of *salā(re) to salt
highly seasoned fatty sausage of pork and beef usually dried
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
a type of spicy sausage eaten cold in slices
a salami sandwich
A highly seasoned type of large sausage of Italian origin, typically made from chopped pork or beef and often garlic, and served in slices.
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Origin: plural of salame. From sale, from sal.
Salami is cured sausage, fermented and air-dried meat, originating from one of a variety of animals. Historically, salami was popular among Southern European peasants because it can be stored at room temperature for periods of up to 30–40 days once cut, supplementing a possibly meager or inconsistent supply of fresh meat. Varieties of salami are traditionally made across Europe.
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