hasenpfeffer

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ha·sen·pfef·fer

 (hä′zən-fĕf′ər, -sən-)
n.
A highly seasoned stew of marinated rabbit meat.

[German : Hase, rabbit (from Middle High German, from Old High German haso; see kas- in Indo-European roots) + Pfeffer, pepper (from Middle High German, from Old High German pfeffar, from Latin piper; see pepper).]
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hasenpfeffer

(ˈhɑːsənˌfɛfə)
n
(Cookery) cookery a German stew traditionally consisting of rabbit, wine or vinegar, and seasoning
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ha•sen•pfef•fer

(ˈhɑ sənˌfɛf ər)

n.
a highly seasoned stew of marinated rabbit meat.
[1890–95; < German, =Hasen-, comb. form of Hase hare + Pfeffer pepper]
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