noun, plural zuc·chi·ni, zuc·chi·nis.
Origin of zucchini
Examples from the Web for zucchini
Spoon over the zucchini slices and roast at 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until golden.
Then add the zucchini, peppers, eggplant, and chilies and cook, stirring for a further 10 minutes.
Garnish each bowl with the beef, shiitakes, zucchini, egg, and some crumbled Kim.
Some people also get fancy with their ingredients and make latkes out of sweet potatoes, zucchini or carrots.
Zucchini are a kind of small squash for sale in groceries and markets of the Italian neighborhoods of our large cities.Practical Italian Recipes for American Kitchens|Julia Lovejoy Cuniberti
noun plural -ni or -nis
Word Origin for zucchini
1929, from Italian, plural of zucchino, diminutive of zucca "gourd, squash," perhaps from Late Latin cucutia, which is of unknown origin.