pandoro

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Italian pandoro ‎(golden bread)

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pandoro ‎(plural pandoros or pandori)

  1. A sweet bread loaf of Italian origin, similar to panettone but without candied fruit, in the shape of a star; traditionally eaten at Christmas.

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pane ‎(bread) +‎ d'oro ‎(of gold)

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Noun[edit]

pandoro m ‎(plural pandori)

  1. (dessert) pandoro

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