[ pah-nee-nee for 1; pah-nee-nee for 2 ]
/ ˈpɑ ni ni for 1; pɑˈni ni for 2 /
flourished c400 b.c., Indian grammarian of Sanskrit.
Definition for panini (2 of 2)
[ puh-nee-noh ]
/ pəˈni noʊ /
noun, plural pa·ni·ni [puh-nee-nee] /pəˈni ni/.
Usually panini. a traditional, small Italian sandwich filled with meat, cheese, grilled vegetables, etc., and usually toasted.
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British Dictionary definitions for panini
/ (pæˈniːnɪ) /
noun plural -ni or -nis
a type of Italian bread, usually served grilled with a variety of fillings
Word Origin for panini
C20: from Italian, pl of panino a bread roll
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