a highly seasoned, dried English sausage
Origin of saveloyaltered from French cervelas from Middle French cervelat from Italian cervellata, associated, association with cervello, the brains, used in making it ( from Classical Latin cerebellum: see cerebellum); origin, originally , however, probably a deer-meat sausage from cervo, stag from Classical Latin cervus: see cervid
A highly seasoned smoked pork sausage.
Origin of saveloyAlteration ( (perhaps influenced by Savoy because it may have been introduced into Great Britain in 1613 by the ambassador of the Duchy of Savoy )of cervelat
Supposedly from French cervelas