latticinio

noun lat·ti·ci·nio \ˌlatəˈchēn(ˌ)yō\

Definition of latticinio

plural

latticini

\-ē(ˌ)nē\
  1. :  a glass or glassware containing milk-white canes or threads and made principally in Murano near Venice

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Origin and Etymology of latticinio

Italian, dairy product, cheese, butter, from Late Latin lacticinium, from Latin lact-, lac milk — more at galaxy


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