panatela

panatella

[pan-uh-tel-uh]
noun
Also, panatela.
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panetella

[pan-i-tel-uh]
noun
a long, slender cigar, usually with straight sides and tapering to a point at the closed end.
Also, panetela, panatella, panatela.


Origin:
1900–05; < American Spanish panetela, panatela a kind of bread, long, slender biscuit < Italian panatella, diminutive of pane bread (< Latin pānis); see -elle

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panatella (ˌpænəˈtɛlə)
 
n
a long slender cigar
 
[American Spanish panetela long slim biscuit, from Italian panatella small loaf, from pane bread, from Latin pānis]

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panatela
"type of thin cigar," 1901, from Sp., lit. "sponge-cake" (in Amer.Sp., "a long, thin biscuit"), a diminutive, formed from L. panis "bread."
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