Definition of sainete
: entremés 2
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Origin and Etymology of sainete
Spanish, small piece of fat, tidbit, relish, entremés, diminutive of saín fat, grease, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin saginum, alteration of Latin sagina action of stuffing or fattening, food, fatness
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