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latticinio

[ lat-i-cheen-yoh ]
/ ˌlæt ɪˈtʃin yoʊ /
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noun, plural lat·ti·ci·ni [lat-i-chee-nee]. /ˌlæt ɪˈtʃi ni/.

an opaque, white glass first produced in Venice during the Renaissance, often used in thread form to decorate clear glass pieces.

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Origin of latticinio

1850–55; <Italian <Late Latin lacticīnium food prepared with milk; see lact-
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