ETYM Old Eng. caroyne, Old Fren. caroigne, French charogne, Late Lat. caronia, from Latin caro flesh Cf. Crone, Crony.
1. Dead and rotting flesh; unfit for human food.
2. The dead and rotting body of an animal.
ETYM Prob. from Icel. dregg; akin to Swed. drägg, cf. Icel. and Swed. draga to draw. Related to Draw.
A small amount of residue.
1. Sediment contained in a liquid or precipitated from it; lees — usually used in plural.
2. The most undesirable part — usually used in plural.
3. The last remaining part; vestige — usually used in plural.
ETYM Old Eng. also garbash, perh. orig., that which is purged or cleansed away.
Food that is discarded (as from a kitchen); SYN. refuse, food waste, scraps.
Množina reči ket je kets.
Carrion; matted wool
offal / ɒfl̩ /
Množina reči offal je offals.
Viscera and trimmings of a butchered animal often considered inedible by humans.
Refuse; garbage; edible animal entrails and organs.
Useless by-products; parts of an animal that are cut off and discarded in the butchering process; refuse, waste matter