mete-awul

mete-awul, m.n: a meat-hook, flesh-hook (a culinary tool used to retrieve large chunks of meat from cooking pots). (MEH-teh-AH-wul)

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Anglo-Saxon iron flesh-hook. Northumbria (England), 9th-10th century. British Museum 1995,0901.20. [britishmuseum.org]

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