[ mar-uh-skee-noh, -shee- ]
/ ˌmær əˈski noʊ, -ˈʃi- /


a sweet cordial or liqueur distilled from marascas.


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Origin of maraschino

From Italian, dating back to 1785–95; see origin at marasca, -ine1 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

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British Dictionary definitions for maraschino

/ (ˌmærəˈskiːnəʊ, -ˈʃiːnəʊ) /


a liqueur made from marasca cherries and flavoured with the kernels, having a taste like bitter almonds

Word Origin for maraschino

C18: from Italian; see marasca
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