verb (gralloch, es)
- (UK, rare) The entrails or offal of a dead deer.
- (UK, rare) To eviscerate a deer.
Etymology: Gaelic grealach "entrails".
- 1977: On our mattress in the secret nights, the girls whispered to me how he"d been watching her in a revival of Emma Bovary in an art-house in Berkeley and Tristessa"s eyes, eyes of a stag about to be gralloched, had fixed directly upon his and held them. " Angela Carter, The Passion of New Eve
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