numbles

numbles

(ˈnʌmbəlz)
pl n
(Cookery) archaic the heart, lungs, liver, etc, of a deer or other animal, cooked for food
[C14: from Old French nombles, plural of nomble thigh muscle of a deer, changed from Latin lumbulus a little loin, from lumbus loin; see humble pie]
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They studied the bezoar stones in the numbles of oxen and preached cracked doctrines which, unchecked, might unleash mischief in the world.