Viand


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ViandVY-əndPart of speech: nounOrigin: Old French, late 14th century
1(usually viands) (archaic) An item of food.2(Philippines) A meat, seafood, or vegetable dish that accompanies rice in a typical Filipino meal.
 
Examples of Viand in a sentence “The lunch came with two savory viands.” “Her mother made an array of viands to accompany the starches. “