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Definition of Matelote

Matelote
Matelote Mat"e*lote, Matelotte Mat"e*lotte, n. [F. matelote, fr. matelot a sailor; properly, a dish such as a sailors prepare.] 1. A stew, commonly of fish, flavored with wine, and served with a wine sauce containing onions, mushrooms, etc. 2. An old dance of sailors, in double time, and somewhat like a hornpipe.
Matelote
Matelote Mat"e*lote (m[a^]t"[-e]*l[=o]t), n. [F., fr. matelot a sailor; properly, a dish such as sailors prepare.] A dish of food composed of many kinds of fish.

Meaning of Matelote from wikipedia

- (mainly in the Andes region) Machanka, a Belarus and Ukraine pork stew Matelote, a French fish stew made with freshwater fish, fish stock, and wine. Mechado...
- l'alsacienne (horsemeat) Spätzle Tarte à l'oignon Tarte flambée / Flammekueche Matelote (fish stewed in cider) Moules à la crème Normande (mussels cooked with...
- Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur CanarieAlexis Roland-Manuel SarabandeTailleferre Matelote provençale – Poulenc VariationHenri Sauguet Écossaise – Auric In 1956...
- Island from the local people approaching the ships in canoes: "Buenos días Matelotes!" ("Good day, sailors!") in perfect sixteenth-century Spanish evidencing...
- ****es with duck, wowing the judges. Meanwhile, Kurokiba serves up Eel Matelote, adding plums to provide an electrifying taste. The judges cannot decide...
- 1543 the expedition found Fais in the Carolines that they charted as Matelotes. On 26 January 1543 they charted some new islands as Los Arrecifes (The...
- name of the King of Spain. The archipelago was visited in 1542, by the Matelotes Islands in 1543 and 1545, and by Legazpi in 1565. The first European visitor...
- La voix humaine, monodrama (1959), FP 171 Sinfonietta, FP 141 (1947) "Matelote provençale", variation for La guirlande de Campra, FP 153 (1952) "Bucolique"...
- haute-contre Pierre Jélyotte Une bergère, a shepherdess soprano Mlle Petitpas Une matelote, a female sailor soprano Mlle Petitpas Une ch****eresse, a huntress soprano...
- region, her self-named guinguette (En: open-air restaurant) specialized in matelote d'anguilles, a dish of stewed eels in white/red-wine sauce. A century later...
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