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Dumplings made of flour, semolina, or potatoes, boiled or baked and served with grated cheese or a sauce.
[Italian, pl. of gnocco, from dialectal Italian (Venetian); akin to Italian nocca, knuckle, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle High German knoche, bone and Middle English knokel, knuckle.]
gnocchi(ˈnɒkɪ; ɡəˈnɒkɪ; ˈɡnɒkɪ)
(Cookery) dumplings made of pieces of semolina pasta, or sometimes potato, used to garnish soup or served alone with sauce
[Italian, plural of gnocco lump, probably of Germanic origin; compare Middle High German knoche bone]
gnoc•chi(ˈnɒk i, ˈnyɒk i, ˈnoʊ ki, ˈnyoʊ-)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.)
small Italian dumplings made from potatoes, semolina, flour, or a combination of these.
[1890–95; < Italian]
Dumplings made from semolina paste, potatoes or choux pastry.
gnocchi[ˈnɒkɪ] NPL → ñoquis mpl
gnocchi[ˈnɒki ˈnjɒki] npl → gnocchis mpl
pl → Gnocchi pl