Origin of semolina
Examples from the Web for semolina
The mixture must be stiff, for the frying softens the semolina again.A Comprehensive Guide-Book to Natural, Hygienic and Humane Diet|Sydney H. Beard
Macaroni and semolina are also valuable foods; they are prepared from the most nutritious part of the wheat grain.The Skilful Cook|Mary Harrison
This is a broad description of semolina, middlings and dunst.
Passion, passion take advice, fill your pockets fall of Semolina.
Semolina soup; part of loin of pork roasted; Spanish soufflé.
British Dictionary definitions for semolina
Word Origin for semolina
Word Origin and History for semolina
meal from hard kernels of wheat, 1797, alteration of Italian semolino "grits; paste for soups," diminutive of semola "bran," from Latin simila "the finest flour," probably from the same Semitic source as Greek semidalis "the finest flour" (cf. Assyrian samidu, Syrian semida "fine meal").