[ fahr-fah-lee, ‐ley ]
/ fɑrˈfɑ li, ‐leɪ /
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pasta in the shape of small bow ties with zigzag edges.
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Origin of farfalle
<Italian, plural of farfalla butterfly
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British Dictionary definitions for farfalle
/ (fɑːˈfæleɪ, -lɪ) /
pasta in the shape of bow ties or butterflies
Word Origin for farfalle
C20: Italian, literally: butterflies
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