Other Word Forms of Fricassee
Origin of Fricassee
French fricassée from Old French from feminine past participle of fricasser to fricassee probably frire to fry (from Latin frīgere to roast, fry) casser to break, crack (from Latin quassāre to shake, shatter squash2) or Vulgar Latin coāctiāre to press together (from Latin coāctus) (past participle of cōgere to drive or bring together cogent)
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French fricassée (noun), from fricassée, past participle of fricasser (verb)
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