botargo

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bo·tar·go

 (bō-tär′gō)
n.

[Obsolete Italian, from Arabic baṭāriḫ; see bottarga.]
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botargo

(bəˈtɑːɡəʊ)
n, pl -gos or -goes
(Cookery) a relish consisting of the roe of mullet or tunny, salted and pressed into rolls
[C15: from obsolete Italian, from Arabic butarkhah]
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