linguine
or linguini noun Etymology: Italian, plural of linguina, diminutive of lingua tongue, from Latin Date: circa 1948 narrow flat pasta

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  • Linguine — (also spelled linguini, which is an anglicisation)Fact|date=May 2008 are a form of pasta flat like fettuccine and trenette, but narrow like spaghetti. The name means little tongues in Italian.Linguine originates from the Campania region of… …   Wikipedia

  • Linguine — oder Linguini (italienisch für kleine Zunge(n)) ist eine Pasta Art, die aus flachen Spaghetti besteht. Linguine, Rohzustand Ursprünglich stammen sie aus Kampanien, einer Region in Italien. In der Gegend um Genua heißen sie Trenette und werden… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • linguine — 1948, from It. linguine, pl. of linguina little tongue, dim. of lingua tongue, from L. lingua tongue (see LINGUAL (Cf. lingual)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • linguine — UK / US or linguini UK [lɪŋˈɡwiːnɪ] / US [lɪŋˈɡwɪnɪ] noun [uncountable] a type of pasta in the form of long thin flat pieces …   English dictionary

  • linguine — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ small ribbons of pasta. ORIGIN Italian, little tongues …   English terms dictionary

  • linguine — [liŋ geē′nēliŋ gwē′nē] n. [altered < It linguini, pl. of linguina, dim. of lingua, tongue (< L: see LANGUAGE)] pasta in thin, flat, narrow strips, often served with seafood sauces: also sp. linguini [liŋ geē′nē] …   English World dictionary

  • linguine — /ling gwee nee/, n. Italian Cookery. a type of pasta in long, slender, flat strips. Also, linguini. [1945 50; < It, pl. of linguina, dim. of lingua tongue; see INE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • linguine — noun Ribbons of pasta, cut from a sheet, not as wide as tagliatelle …   Wiktionary

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