mortadella

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English[edit]

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A big mortadella

Etymology[edit]

From Italian mortadella, from Latin murtatum (sausage seasoned with myrtle berries), from myrtatum, from myrtus, from Ancient Greek μύρτον (murton).

Noun[edit]

mortadella (plural mortadellas)

  1. A smooth-textured Italian pork sausage with lumps of fat, flavoured with spices; eaten cold.

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

mortadella

  1. mortadella

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Italian[edit]

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Noun[edit]

mortadella f (plural mortadelle)

  1. mortadella