semolina

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A dish of semolina (1)
 
semolina pudding (3)

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From earlier semolino, borrowed from Italian semolino, diminutive of semola, from Latin simila (finest wheat flour). Compare regional German Semmel (bread roll).

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semolina (usually uncountable, plural semolinas)

  1. Coarse grains produced at an intermediate stage of wheat flour milling.
  2. Such grains, usually from durum wheat, used in the preparation of pasta, couscous and various sweet dishes.
  3. (cooking) Ellipsis of semolina pudding

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