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venison (s) (noun), venisons (pl)
1. Deer meat used for food: Mr. Wild was able to shoot a deer, and after preparing it, the venison was of a high quality.
2. The flesh of any edible game: The meat of any kind of wild animal that has been hunted, and not raised domestically, for example an antelope, can be termed venison.
3. Etymology: from French venaison which came from Latin venatio, venationis, "hunting", from venatus, venari, "hunt, to hunt".
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