DRUM-STICK

drumstick

[druhm-stik]
noun
1.
a stick for beating a drum.
2.
the meaty leg of a chicken, duck, turkey, or other fowl.

Origin:
1580–90; drum1 + stick1

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drumstick (ˈdrʌmˌstɪk)
 
n
1.  a stick used for playing a drum
2.  the lower joint of the leg of a cooked fowl

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drumstick
1580s, from drum + stick; applied to the lower joint of cooked fowl 1764.
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