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manicotti (n.)

in cookery, 1946, from Italian manicotti, said to mean literally "hand-warmers, muff," from Latin manicae "long sleeves of a tunic, gloves; armlets, gauntlets; handcuffs" (see manacle (n.)).

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Definitions of manicotti

manicotti (n.)
large pasta tubes stuffed with chopped meat or mild cheese and baked in tomato sauce;
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