Sea-pie meaning

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A pie made of meat and vegetables baked in a pan over the fire, with a pastry crust, or in layers between crusts, the number of which denominate it a two or three decker.
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A dish of crust or pastry with meat or fish, etc., cooked together in alternate layers, once a common food of sailors.
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(archaic) Any of several black or pied coastal wading birds in the genus Haematopus that have a long red or orange bill and feed on shellfish.
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Origin of sea-pie

  • sea +‎ pie (“a type of pastry”)

    From Wiktionary

  • sea +‎ pie (“the magpie”)

    From Wiktionary