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Date: 1500-1600
Origin: Early Italian caviari, from Turkish havyar, from Medieval Greek kabiari

caviar

noun
     
Related topics: Food Dish
cav‧i‧ar , caviare [uncountable]
DFF the preserved eggs of various large fish, eaten as a special very expensive food:
caviare and champagne

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