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pignoli

noun pi·gno·li \pēn-ˈyō-lē\
plural pi·gno·li or pi·gno·lis or pi·gno·lia or pi·gno·lias

Definition of PIGNOLI

:  pine nut

Variants of PIGNOLI

pi·gno·li or pi·gno·lia \-lē-ə\

Origin of PIGNOLI

pignoli from Italian, plural of pignolo, pinolo, from pigna, pina pine cone, from Latin pinea; pignolia perhaps modification of pignoli — more at pineal
First Known Use: 1893

Rhymes with PIGNOLI

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