noun ta·glia·ri·ni \ˌtalyəˈrēnē\

Definition of tagliarini



  1. :  an alimentary paste in flat ribbon form

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Origin and Etymology of tagliarini

Italian, from tagliare to cut (from Late Latin taliare) + -ini (plural of -ino -ine, from Latin -inus) — more at tailor

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