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cheeselep

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English cheslip (rennet), from Old English cȳslybb, cīeslybb (rennet, literally cheese medicine, cheese potion), equivalent to cheese +‎ lib. Cognate with Middle Dutch kaeslibbe (rennet), Middle High German kǣselap (rennet, acidic liquid).

NounEdit

cheeselep (plural cheeseleps)

  1. The dried stomach of a calf, used for curdling milk for cheese.
  2. Rennet.
  3. A bag in which rennet is kept.

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