Salami meaning

sə-lämē
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Any of various highly spiced and salted sausages, made from beef or a mixture of pork and beef.
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A highly spiced, salted sausage, orig. Italian, of pork and beef, or of beef alone.
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A highly seasoned type of large sausage of Italian origin, typically made from chopped pork or beef and often garlic, and served in slices.
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(baseball) A grand slam.
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(slang) A penis.
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Origin of salami

  • Italian pl. of salame salami from Vulgar Latin salāmen from salāre to salt from Latin sāl salt sal- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Italian, plural of salame (“salami"). From sale (“salt"), from Latin sal.

    From Wiktionary