bummalo


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bum·ma·lo

 (bŭm′ə-lō)
n. pl. bum·ma·los

[Marathi bombīla.]

bummalo

(ˈbʌməˌləʊ)
n, pl -lo
(Animals) another name for Bombay duck
[C17: from Marathi bombīla]
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The bummalo fish, salted and dried, is eaten as a relish called what?
The delicacy is made from bummalo fish sun-dried by peasants in north-west India, and Euro hygiene chiefs decided that it should be processed in approved factories instead.
A Rowing B Swimming C Water-polo D Water-skiing QUESTION 5 - for 5 points: What is the Indian restaurant side dish bummalo (also known as Bombay duck) made from?