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Definition of venison. Meaning of venison. Synonyms of venison

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Definition of venison

Venison Ven"i*son (?; 277), n. [OE. veneison, veneson, venison, OF. veneison, F. venaison, L. venatio hunting, the chase, game, fr. venari, p. p. venatus, to hunt; perhaps akin to OHG. weidin?n, weidenen, to pasture, to hunt, G. weide pasturage. Cf. Gain to acquire, Venation.] 1. Beasts of the chase. [Obs.] --Fabyan. 2. Formerly, the flesh of any of the edible beasts of the chase, also of game birds; now, the flesh of animals of the deer kind exclusively.

Meaning of venison from wikipedia

- for other uses, see venison (disambiguation). venison is the meat of a deer. venison can be used to refer to any part of the deer, so long as
- venison island is an island off of the coast of labrador. the island is separated from stony island by a narrow channel called venison tickle and measures
- venison tickle venison tickle is a settlement in newfoundland and labrador. coordinates: 52°58′12″n 55°46′44″w / 52.970°n 55.779°w / 52.970; -55
- barry venison (born 16 august 1964) is an english former professional footballer and sports television pundit, who as a player was a defender from 1981
- haunch of venison was a contemporary art gallery operating from 2002 until 2013. it supported the work of contemporary leading artists, presented a broad
- venison is the meat of a game animal. venison may also refer to: barry venison (born 1964), english footballer and television pundit venison island, island
- a game larder, also sometimes known as a deer or venison larder, deer, venison or game house, game pantry or game store, is a small domestic outbuilding
- water. frumenty was served with meat as a pottage, traditionally with venison or occasionally porpoise (considered a 'fish' and therefore appropriate