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pasticcio

noun pas·tic·cio \pas-ˈtē-ch(ē-ˌ)ō, pä-\
plural pas·tic·ci\-(ˌ)chē\ or pas·tic·cios

Definition of PASTICCIO

:  pastiche

Origin of PASTICCIO

Italian, literally, baked meat dish, pie, from Vulgar Latin *pasticium, from Late Latin pasta
First Known Use: 1752

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