pasta in the form of wide (approximately in), flat noodles
Origin of tagliatelleIt, plural n. ; from tagliato, past participle of tagliare, to cut ; from Vulgar Latin taliare: see tailor
- Pasta in narrow flat strips, usually somewhat thinner and often narrower than fettuccine.
- A dish made with such strips of pasta.
Origin of tagliatelleItalian, pl. of tagliatella, diminutive of tagliata, from feminine past participle of tagliare, to cut, from Late Latin taliare; see tailor.
- In Italian, glia is pronounced /ÊŽÊŽa/, which approximates in English to /ljÉ™/ in an unstressed syllable. Hence the g is not pronunced as /É¡/ in English.
Italian, see below.