Etymology
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fettuccine (n.)

"pasta in the shape of long ribbons," 1922, from Italian fettuccine, plural of fettuccina, literally "little ribbon," diminutive of fetta "a slice, a ribbon" (see feta).

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feta (n.)

type of white Greek cheese made from goat's or ewe's milk, 1956, from Modern Greek (tyri) pheta, from tyri "cheese" + pheta, from Italian fetta "a slice," from Latin offa "a morsel, piece."

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