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See also Bacon, and bà con

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From Old French bacon, bacun (pig), from Old High German bahho, bacho, from a derivative of Proto-Germanic *bakoz (back).

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Bacon

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Bacon (uncountable)
  1. A cut of meat from the sides, belly, or back of a pig, particularly, or sometimes other animals.
  2. Thin slices of the above in long strips.

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From Old French bacon, possibly via English

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Bacon m (usually uncountable)

  1. bacon

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Bacon

  1. bacon

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Bacon m. (oblique plural Bacons, nominative singular Bacons, nominative plural Bacon)

  1. pig; swine; hog
  2. ham, or any meat from a pig

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