manicotti[man′i kät′ē; It mä′nē kō̂t′tē]
pasta, in the form of long, broad tubes, usually boiled, stuffed with cheese, and baked with a tomato sauce
Origin of manicottiItalian literally , muffs, plural of manicotto ; from manica, sleeve ; from Classical Latin sleeve, muff ; from manus, hand: see manual
- Pasta in large-sized tubes.
- A dish consisting of such tubes stuffed with meat or cheese, usually served hot with a tomato sauce.
Origin of manicottiItalian, pl. of manicotto, muff, from manica, sleeve, from Latin manicae, sleeves, from manus, hand; see man-2 in Indo-European roots.