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Topic: FOOD

Date: 1700-1800
Language: Italian
Origin: semolino, from semola 'crushed outer skin of grain'

semolina

noun
     
sem‧o‧li‧na [uncountable]
1DF small grains of crushed wheat, used especially in making sweet dishes and pasta
2DFF British English a sweet dish made with these grains and milk
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