(third-person singular simple present entrails, present participle entrailing, simple past and past participle entrailed)
en- + trail
- (usually in the plural) An internal organ of an animal.
From Middle English entraille, from Old French entraille (cf. modern French entrailles), from Late Latin intrālia, modification of intrānea, contraction of Latin interāneum (“gut, intestine”), substantive of interāneus (“internal, inward”)