minestra

noun
mi·​nes·​tra | \mə̇ˈnestrə\
plural -s

Definition of minestra 

: Italian vegetable soup : minestrone

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History and Etymology for minestra

Italian, from minestrare to serve minestra, dish up, from Latin ministrare to serve, dish up

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