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M. J. Dalton Butchers
For the discerning meat eater
The word sirloin refers to cuts of meat from the upper middle of the animal. The spelling with "sir" has led to many facetious claims that the name comes from the knighting of the cut as Sir Loin, but the "surloine" spelling long predates the "sirloin" spelling, so this is clearly not the origin of the word. The word "sirloin" comes from the Middle English surloine, itself derived from the Old French word surlonge, that is, sur la longe 'above the loin'.