pignoli

[ peen-yoh-lee ]
/ pinˈyoʊ li /

noun, plural pi·gno·li, pi·gno·lis.

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Origin of pignoli

First recorded in 1840–45; from Italian, plural of pignolo “pine nut,” from pigna “pine cone,” variant of pina, from Latin pīnea “pine cone” + -olo diminutive suffix
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