bakemeat


bakemeat
noun or baked meat
Etymology: Middle English bakemete, from baken to bake + mete food — more at bake, meat
obsolete : cooked usually baked food; specifically : a meat pie

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/bayk"meet'/, n. Obs.
1. pastry; pie.
2. cooked food, esp. a meat pie.
Also, baked meat.
[1350-1400; ME bake mete, OE bacen mete baked food. See BAKE, MEAT]

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bakeˈmeat noun (Bible)
Pastry, pies
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Main Entry:bake

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Bakemeat — Bake meat (b[=a]k m[=e]t ), Baked meat Baked meat (b[=a]kt ), n. A pie; baked food. [Obs.] Gen. xl. 17. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bakemeat — /bayk meet /, n. Obs. 1. pastry; pie. 2. cooked food, esp. a meat pie. Also, baked meat. [1350 1400; ME bake mete, OE bacen mete baked food. See BAKE, MEAT] * * * …   Universalium

  • baked meat — bakemeat. * * * …   Universalium

  • Baked-meat — Bakemeat Bake meat (b[=a]k m[=e]t ), Baked meat Baked meat (b[=a]kt ), n. A pie; baked food. [Obs.] Gen. xl. 17. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • baked meat — noun see bakemeat * * * bakemeat. * * * bake|meat «BAYK MEET», noun, or baked meat, Obsolete. 1. a dish of baked food, as pastry. 2. a meat pie …   Useful english dictionary

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