Plural: trouties

1. A little trout.

2. A small oblong piece of something, shaped more or less as a trout / fish (e.g., a meat trimming, bacon slice, garlic clove, poo, etc∙); slice; strip.


—The most enviable troutstrip in the whole town!— Grandma enthused instead of answering, stuffing a flat fillet of dark carmine uncooked meat into the metallic throat's wide mouth.
—Raw fish?— Dad focused his eyes.
—Any clippings or elongate meat trimmings are "troutstrip", "trout", or "
troutie" in Estela's parlance.— the Doctor explained. (Context: Grandma Estela is putting a piece of fresh meat into a grinder; Dr∙ Barton explains her archaic language to their guests watching the scene. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)

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