panforte

noun pan·for·te \pänˈfȯrt(ˌ)ā\

Definition of panforte

plural

-s

  1. :  a holiday bread that is hard in texture and is made with honey and nuts

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Origin and Etymology of panforte

Italian, from pane bread + forte strong, from Latin fortis — more at fort


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