ziti

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See also: zìtǐ, žiti, žití, and žíti

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian zite or ziti, plural of zita, zito, from a Southern (Neapolitan or Sicilian) word likely from Vulgar Latin pittitus (small, worthless), originally denoting a young boy or girl. See also petty.

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ziti (usually uncountable, plural zitis)

  1. A type of macaroni pasta in the form of long smooth hollow tubes.

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ziti m pl

  1. plural of zito

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ziti pf (Cyrillic spelling зити)

  1. (Chakavian, Kajkavian) to go out, leave, come out, get out, to rise, to be published
    • 1936, Dragutin Domjanić, Clair-obscur:
      Težko bu ti, znam oditi, / pak bu taki dan. / – Zakaj mora pri nas ziti / sunce tak zaran?!
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