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arricciato

[ ahr-ee-chah-toh; Italian ahr-reet-chah-taw ]
/ ˌɑr iˈtʃɑ toʊ; Italian ˌɑr ritˈtʃɑ tɔ /
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noun, plural ar·ric·cia·tos, ar·ric·cia·ti [ahr-ee-chah-tee; Italian ahr-reet-chah-tee]. /ˌɑr iˈtʃɑ ti; Italian ˌɑr ritˈtʃɑ ti/.

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Origin of arricciato

From Italian; see origin at arriccio, -ate1
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