Macaroni appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Zeus: "Nile macaroni, Ma, is a nitrate-tart in Asia Minor, a camel in Suez."
- A man, a plan, a canoe, pasta, heros' rajahs, a coloratura, maps, snipe, percale, macaroni, a gag, a banana bag, a tan, a tag, a banana bag again (or a camel), a crepe, pins, Spam, a rut, a Rolo, cash, a jar, sore hats, a peon, a canal - Panama!
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Definition of the noun Macaroni
What does Macaroni mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: macaronis (fop) / macaronies (less preferred form; fop) / macaronis (pasta)
- a British dandy in the 18th century who affected Continental mannerisms
- pasta in the form of slender tubes
Alternative definition of the noun Macaroni
- [uncountable] A type of pasta in the form of short tubes.
- hyponyms: elbow macaroni
- (used by Italian-Americans, especially in Philadelphia and New Jersey) A generic term for pasta.
- [pejorative] In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a man who dressed and often spoke in an ostentatiously affected and effeminate manner.
- A sort of droll or fool; a fop; – applied especially to English fops of about 1775.
Macaroni is a variety of dry pasta, originating from Italy, made with durum wheat. Macaroni usually does not contain eggs and is normally cut in short, hollow shapes. It may be straight or curved, in which case it is frequently called elbow macaroni. Elbow maraconi is more common in the US and Canada, while British macaroni tends to be straight. Although home machines exist that can make macaroni shapes, macaroni is usually made commercially by large-scale extrusion. The curved shape is caused by different speeds on each side of the pasta tube as it comes out of the machine. The name comes from the Italian maccheroni, plural form of maccherone. A different name, chifferi or lumaconi, refers to bigger size of elbow-shape pasta.
- also known as Macaroni, dry, enriched; Elbow macaroni; Macaroni, dry, unenriched
- more generic: Pasta
"Macaroni" is a 1985 Italian comedy film directed by Ettore Scola. The film was selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 58th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
- also known as Makaróni, Macarroni
- country: Italy
- languages: Italian Language, English Language
- producers: Franco Committeri, Aurelio De Laurentiis, Luigi De Laurentiis
- production design by Luciano Ricceri
- written by Ruggero Maccari, Furio Scarpelli, Ettore Scola
- Jack Lemmon as Robert Traven
- Marcello Mastroianni as Antonio Jasiello
- Daria Nicolodi as Laura Di Falco
- Isa Danieli as Carmelina Jasiello
- Maria Luisa Santella as Door Keeper
- Patrizia Sacchi as Virginia
- Bruno Esposito as Giulio Jasiello
- Orsetta Gregoretti as Young actress in theater
- Marc Berman as French record producer #1
- Jean-François Perrier as French record producer #2
- Giovanna Sanfilippo as Maria
- Fabio Tenore as Pasqualino
- Marta Bifano as Luisella
- Aldo De Martino as Cottone
- Tilde De Spirito as The villain's mistress
- Carlotta Ercolino as TV journalist
- Vincenza Gioioso as Donna Amalia
- cinematography by Claudio Ragona
- edited by Carla Simoncelli
- music by Armando Trovajoli
- costume design by Nanà Cecchi
- set decoration by Ezio Di Monte
- genres: Comedy, Drama
- rating: PG (USA)
- released on (29 years ago)
- award: - David di Donatello for Best Music nomination for Armando Trovajoli
- "Macaroni" is a cataloged instance, composition.
- music and lyrics by Yasutaka Nakata
- "Macaroni" is a musical album of Bobby Conn.
- released on
- official website: www.firerecords.com/site/index.php?page=release&releaseid=768
Macaroni is a fictional character from the 2008 film The Duchess.
- Macaroni was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from October 1862 to September 1863 he ran eight times and won seven races. In 1863 he won all seven of his races including the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket, the Epsom Derby and the Doncaster Cup.
- born in (155 years ago)
- Macaroni was a pony owned by John F. Kennedy.
Macaroni: A macaroni in mid-18th-century England was a fashionable fellow who dressed and even spoke in an outlandishly affected and epicene manner. The term pejoratively referred to a man who "exceeded the ordinary bounds of fashion" in terms of clothes, fastidious eating and gambling.
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3 in 1 Cookbook (2010)
by Lee Robertson Reid
Macaroni is a comfort food it can be prepared for any occasion. 1 cup serving...
Popular Errors Explained (2012)
by Stewart McCartney
MACARONI IS A long, hollow and fairly thick type of pasta, oft served up in a cheese sauce as comfort food. It is very different to the thinner sorts of pasta such as vermicelli or the ubiquitous spaghetti. But to the people who invented the stuff, ...
The Life of Sir Joseph Banks (2011)
President of the Royal Society, with Some Notices of His Friends and Contemporaries by Edward Smith
The Fly-Catching Macaroni is an etching, colQured by hand, representing Sir Joseph Banks" standing with one foot on each of two globes. The spheres are reversed to each other. The Antartick Circle uf one, and the Artick Circle of the other, ...
Culture and the Condom (2005)
by Karen Anijar, Thuy DaoJensen
Macaroni is an openly gay city detective of Italian ethnicity, called in to investigate the several male castrations at Hotel Quickie, a seedy hotel known for its gay clientele and prostitution. As part of the city's safe sex campaign, condoms ...
Our Viands (2008)
by Anne Buckland
Macaroni is a stiff paste of flour and eggs, forced through holes so as to form long pipes; it is then hung across strings in the porches or windows of the houses to dry. In Naples it is eaten boiled in oil, and always with grated Parmesan cheese.
by Ken Albala
Buttered macaroni is a common side dish that may be served with any meal. The most famous Slavic pasta dishes are pelmeni and vareniki, boiled, filled dumplings. Vareniki are usually larger and often half-moon or triangular shaped, and ...
by Terry O’Brien
Macaroni is a small tubular pasta. Machete is a large, heavy knife used to cut underbrush or sugar cane. Magnificent is making a splendid appearance or show . Mahogany is a tree or a reddish-brown colour. Maim is to cripple. Maintenance is ...
by Glenn Randall Mack, Asele Surina
Buttered macaroni is a common side dish served with any meal. The popular makarony po- flotski (literally "pasta of the fleet," because it is filling and easy to make — a bachelor's specialty) incorporates boiled macaroni and seasoned ground ...
Wisconsin Statutes, 1939 (1939)
Printed Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 35.18 of These Statutes, and Embracing All General Statutes in Force at the Close of the General Session of 1939 by Wisconsin
of tllllll Macaroni is the shaped and dried doughs prepared by adding water to one or more fin. 9 f0llowing: Semolina, farina, wheat flour. It may contain added salt.
by Myles H. Bader
The word macaroni actually came from the exclamation made by the Italians in the 1700s when they saw the price the Germans were asking for pasta. The Italians were upset at the price and said “ma caroni,” which meant “but it's too dear”; the ...
by Andrew J. Hund
The macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) is a medium-sized bird that nests on islands in the Antarctic region. As with all other penguin species, it is flightless although with sturdy flippers for underwater dexterity. Typical of the penguins ...
by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Macaroon macaroni (En & Frl masc. Thick hollow tuhes of pasta, often cut into short ...
by Robert A. Ronzio
Macaroni includes pasta strands (such as spaghetti) , shells (conchiglie), or tubes (cannelloni, elbow macaroni, or ziti), and it can be bent, corrugated, straight, or spiraled. Macaroni is composed of flour from durum ...
by Jonathon Green
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MACARONI. Macaroni was introduced to France by the Florentines, probablyabout thetime Catherine de Médici came to wed Henry II. But it never became very popular, though everyone is familiar with these long tubesof paste like hollow ...
MACARONI WITH CHEESE. One-half pound macaroni, one cupful of milk, three tablespoonfuls grated cheese, two eggs, two tablespoonfuls whole-wheat fiour, two tablespoonfuls olive oil, salt and cayenne pepper to taste. First break the ...
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Video shows what macaroni means. A type of pasta in the form of short tubes; sometimes loosely, pasta in general.. A fop, a dandy; especially a young man in ...
- Dan Jurafsky, "Macaroon, Macaron, Macaroni: The Secret Language of Food"
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The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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