biltongnoun [ U ]uk /ˈbɪl.tɒŋ/ us /ˈbɪl.tɑːŋ/ South African English
Examples from literature
- I wonder how the enemy are getting on with the biltong and biscuit.
- The provisions consist solely of biltong—that is, dried meat, generally venison.
- The rest of the buck's flesh we cut into strips and hung in the sun to dry into "biltong," as, I believe, the South African Dutch call flesh thus prepared.
- There is no ceiling, but only beams, to which are fastened strips of "biltong," or game's flesh, dried in the sun.
- This done, we devoured the remnants of our biltong, washed down with the sweet lake water, and then lit our pipes and awaited whatever might turn up.