Do you know what this means? Maricote and dimentaci

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Do you know what this means? Maricote and dimentaci

Postby Poipuo4 » 21 Dec 2006, 14:51

I received a letter from Italy from a friend, and she said that she wanted to send me a certain regional "dimentaci." From the context, I can tell it is some sort of food. It is possible I can't read the handwriting. Any guesses what this is? Any words that sound or look like that? Also, does any one know what "maricote" means. Again, maybe I am misreading the handwriting, so if you know any similar words, I would appreciate it.
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Re: Do you know what this means? Maricote and dimentaci

Postby Esperanza » 21 Dec 2006, 15:15

If she is talking about food... maybe the "maricote" could be "manicotto"...

http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/glossar ... sp?id=1281

Info from above site...

In the United States, cannelloni is known as manicotti. The Italian term "manicotti" is the plural of manicotto ("muff"), the diminutive of manica ("sleeve").

http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/glossar ... sp?id=1281

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Dimentaci? hmmm... I forgot!...

Actually, dimentico is the closest word I can find to "dimentaci"... and it does mean to forget...

If you want a small portion of your letter posted here at this forum please let me know. You'd get a better opinion.

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