Definitions for saltimboccaˌsɑl tɪmˈboʊ kə, ˌsæl-
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sal•tim•boc•caˌsɑl tɪmˈboʊ kə, ˌsæl-(n.)
veal and ham wrapped together and sautéed in butter, often seasoned with sage.
Origin of saltimbocca:
1935–40; < It, contr. of salta in bocca (it) jumps into (one's) mouth
(Italian dish) an Italian dish of veal, thinly sliced and rolled in prosciutto ham and sage leaves
Origin: From : saltare (to leap) & in (into) & bocca (mouth)