See also: Mici, miči, and míči

EnglishEdit

 mititei on Wikipedia

EtymologyEdit

From Romanian mici, plural of mic (small).

NounEdit

mici (usually uncountable, plural mici)

  1. Mititei (a popular Romanian dish).
    • 2018 November 8, Susanne Fowler, “36 Hours in Bucharest”, in The New York Times[1]:
      Then join a picnic table of shoppers at the Terasa Obor beer garden for a paper plate of mici (grilled meatballs, at 2.5 lei each), a bread roll (.5 lei) and a slather of spicy mustard.
    • 2018, Roxanne Veletzos, The Girl They Left Behind, New York, NY: Atria Publishing Group, →ISBN, page 84:
      “Come,” he said. “Come with me. I know a place where we could get some mici, even at this late hour. I'm hungry, too, you see, and I could use the company.”

ItalianEdit

NounEdit

mici m

  1. plural of micio

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LatvianEdit

NounEdit

mici f

  1. accusative singular form of mice
  2. instrumental singular form of mice

RomanianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

AdjectiveEdit

mici

  1. nominative masculine plural of mic
  2. accusative masculine plural of mic
  3. nominative feminine plural of mic
  4. accusative feminine plural of mic
  5. nominative neuter plural of mic
  6. accusative neuter plural of mic

Etymology 2Edit

From the above.

NounEdit

mici

  1. (in the plural) Romanian grilled minced meat rolls
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