noun Italian Cookery.
Origin of ziti
Examples from the Web for zitti
Here an interesting pause took place; at length a lady named Zitti, Zitti.Franz Liszt|James Huneker
It is known that the subject of the charming trio Zitti, Zitti does not belong to Rossini—or, at least, did not till he took it.The Life of Rossini|Henry Sutherland Edwards
My preachment will bore you, but you will (if you read it) detect an ensemble; but, for goodness' sake, zitti!The Life, Letters and Work of Frederic Leighton|Mrs. Russell Barrington
type of tubular pasta, plural of zita (1845), from Italian.