tagliarini

[ tal-yuh-ree-nee; Italian tah-lyah-ree-nee ]
/ ˌtæl yəˈri ni; Italian ˌtɑ lyɑˈri ni /

noun

egg noodles cut in long, flat, slender pieces, narrower than tagliatelle.

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Origin of tagliarini

< Italian, equivalent to tagliar(e) to cut (< Late Latin tāliāre; see tailor1) + Italian -ini, masculine plural diminutive suffix < Latin -īnus -ine1

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