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ziti

ziti

noun zi·ti \ˈzē-tē\
plural ziti

Definition of ZITI

:  medium-sized tubular pasta

Origin of ZITI

Italian, plural of zito, alteration of zita piece of tubular pasta, probably short for maccheroni di zita, literally, bride's macaroni
First Known Use: circa 1845

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