One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A kind of forcemeat, frequently made with veal or suet; a portion of this.
Mid 17th century. From French godiveau, apparently an alteration (after veau) of Middle French gaudebillaux kind of dish made from tripe, apparently from a first element of uncertain origin + an otherwise unattested variant of bruille tripe.
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