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pecorino

noun, pec·o·ri·no often capitalized \ˌpe-kə-ˈrē-(ˌ)nō\

Definition of PECORINO

:  any of various cheeses of Italian origin made from sheep's milk

Origin of PECORINO

Italian, from pecorino of sheep, from pecora sheep, ewe, from Latin, domestic animals, from plural of pecus cattle — more at fee
First Known Use: 1908

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