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menudo

[ muh-noo-doh; Spanish me-noo-thaw ]
/ məˈnu doʊ; Spanish mɛˈnu ðɔ /
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noun
a spicy Mexican soup made with tripe, onions, tomatoes, chiles, and hominy.
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Origin of menudo

First recorded in 1900–05; from Mexican Spanish; compare Spanish menudos “giblets, innards,” noun use of menudo “small, insignificant,” from Latin minūtus; see minute2, menu
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