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or less commonly
: pasta in the form of broad often ruffled ribbons
: a baked dish containing layers of boiled lasagna, and usually cheese, a seasoned sauce of tomatoes, and meat or vegetables
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1846, in the meaning defined at sense 1
Italian lasagna, from Vulgar Latin *lasania cooking pot, its contents, from Latin lasanum chamber pot, from Greek lasanon
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: a type of Italian food that has layers of flat noodles baked with a sauce usually of tomatoes, cheese, and meat
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: layers of broad flat noodles baked with a sauce usually of tomatoes, cheese, and meat or vegetables
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