zeppola

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English[edit]

A zeppola

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Etymology[edit]

From the Italian zeppola

Noun[edit]

zeppola (plural zeppole or zeppoli)

  1. Any of several varieties of traditional fried sweet from southern Italy
    • 2009, January 25, “Jeff Vandam”, in Brio Inside the Brownstones[1]:
      These days it might be easier to pick up a Wi-Fi signal than a rice ball or some zeppole, but what’s nice is that the zeppole are still here: the neighborhood’s old guard has remained reassuringly in place.

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

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zeppola f (plural zeppole)

  1. zeppola (any of several varieties of traditional fried sweet from southern Italy).
  2. (colloquial) lisp (mispronunciation of the sounds /s/ and /z/)