Definitions for sausage
ˈsɔ sɪdʒ; esp. Brit. ˈsɒs ɪdʒsausage
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word sausage.
highly seasoned minced meat stuffed in casings
blimp, sausage balloon, sausagenoun
a small nonrigid airship used for observation or as a barrage balloon
A food made of ground meat (or meat substitute) and seasoning, packed in a cylindrical casing. Also a length of sausage, or an example of a sausage.
A sausage-shaped thing.
A term of endearment
Etymology: From late sausige, from saussiche (compare Jèrriais), from salsicia (compare Spanish salchicha, Italian salsiccia), neuter plural of salsicius ‘seasoned with salt’, derivative of salsus ‘salted’, from sal ‘salt’. More at salt.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
A roll or ball made commonly of pork or veal, and sometimes of beef, minced very small, with salt and spice; sometimes it is stuffed into the guts of fowls, and sometimes only rolled in flower.
Etymology: saucisse, French; salsum, Latin.
an article of food consisting of meat (esp. pork) minced and highly seasoned, and inclosed in a cylindrical case or skin usually made of the prepared intestine of some animal
a saucisson. See Saucisson
Etymology: [F. saucisse, LL. salcitia, salsicia, fr. salsa. See Sauce.]
A sausage is a food usually made from ground meat with a skin around it. Typically, a sausage is formed in a casing traditionally made from intestine, but sometimes synthetic. Some sausages are cooked during processing and the casing may be removed after. Sausage making is a traditional food preservation technique. Sausages may be preserved by curing, drying, or smoking.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
saw′sāj, n. a gut stuffed with chopped meat salted and seasoned.—n. Sau′sage-poi′soning, poisoning by spoiled sausages. [Fr. saucisse—Low L. salcitia—L. salsus, salted.]
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
An aftermath of the dog-days.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
Is a fascine of more than the usual length; but the principal application of the term is to the apparatus for firing a military mine. This consists of a long bag or pipe of linen, cloth, or leather, from 1 inch to 11⁄2 inch in diameter, and charged with gunpowder. One end is laid in the mine to be exploded; the other is conducted to the galleries to a place where the engineers can fire in safety. The electric spark is now preferred to the saucisson.
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The numerical value of sausage in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of sausage in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
There’s moisture in that sausage, so long as your body is in contact with it, it has enough conductivity to affect the electric field.
Pride is all very well, but a sausage is a sausage
It was really hurtful, cause I felt like my size made me look disgusting towards someone in the clothes that I wear, i wear leggings outside of school and I wear leggings when I go and hang out with my friends, and to think that someone would think that I look like a stuffed sausage — that was kind of hurtful.
Those that respect the law and love sausage should watch neither being made.
We live off this. We make enough to buy rice, maybe some sausage, but not enough to buy a ticket to Boa Vista.
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- نقانق, سجقArabic
- сасі́ска, каўбаса́Belarusian
- salsitxaCatalan, Valencian
- klobása, párek, vuřtCzech
- Würstchen, WurstGerman
- λουκάνικο, σαλάμιGreek
- salchicha, embutido, salchichónSpanish
- سوسیس, کالباسPersian
- saucisson, saucisseFrench
- woarstWestern Frisian
- isbeanScottish Gaelic
- સોસેજ, ફુલમોGujarati
- երշիկ, սասիսկի, նրբերշիկArmenian
- insaccato, salume, salame, salsicciaItalian
- ソーセージ, 腸詰めJapanese
- шұжық, шұжықшаKazakh
- immigaqKalaallisut, Greenlandic
- ZoossissLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- zalzett, salami, supresattMaltese
- pølse, sosissNorwegian
- bisóodi bitsįʼ yikʼánígííNavajo, Navaho
- kiełbaska, kiełbasaPolish
- salsichão, salsicha, linguiçaPortuguese
- aycha t'iqiQuechua
- колбаса́, соси́ска, сарде́лька, колбасаRussian
- márfiNorthern Sami
- кобасица, kobasicaSerbo-Croatian
- sallam, suxhukAlbanian
- borosoSouthern Sotho
- suriso, batutayTagalog
- соси́ска, ковбаса́Ukrainian
- sosiska, kolbasaUzbek
- xúc xíchVietnamese
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