Definition for MAC-A-RO'NI

MAC-A-RO'NI, n. [It. maccheroni, a sort of paste; Fr. macaroni; Gr. μακαρ, happy.]

  1. A kind of biscuit made of flour, eggs, sugar and almonds, and dressed with butter and spices. B. Jonson.
  2. A sort of droll or fool; and hence, a fop; a fribble; a finical fellow.
  3. Dough of wheat flour made into a tubular or pipe form, of the thickness of a goose-quill; Italian or Genoese paste. Ure.

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