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From the Italian salumi.

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salumi ‎(uncountable)

  1. Cooked meats.
    • 2009, January 28, “Eric Asimov”, in D.I.Y. by the Barrel (Please Keep Your Shoes On)[1]:
      City Winery, at 155 Varick Street, is also [] a restaurant with gleaming displays of cheese and salumi, and an event space for classes and tastings.

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salumi m (plural of salume)

  1. Any food product made from pig meat, especially cured meats such as salami.

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