Definition of

Sashimi

  1. (noun, food) very thinly sliced raw fish

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Alternate forms of Sashimi

Hypernyms: dish

Origin of the word Sashimi

  1. "thin slices of raw fish," 1880, from Japanese, from sashi "pierce" + mi "flesh." more

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