Definition of Panino

1. a sandwich made with a small bread roll [n PANINI]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Panino

paniculated
panicum
panicums
panidiomorphic
panidrosis
panier
paniers
panification
panifications
panim
panimmunity
panims
paning
panini
paninis
panino (current term)
paniolo
paniolos
panipuri
panipuris
panisc
paniscs
panisidine
panisk
panisks
panislam
panislams
panitumumab
panivorous
panjandra

Literary usage of Panino

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1846)
"Thus panino, removed from prison to prison, many times changed his place, but never altered his constancy. At length he was brought into a prison, ..."

2. The History of the Wine Trade in England by André Louis Simon (1906)
"Edward, by the grace of God, etc., to the Mayor and Sheriffs of London, greeting. It has been shown unto us by Francisco of Genoa, and panino Guillelmi, ..."

3. The History of the Wine Trade in England by André Louis Simon (1906)
"It has been shown unto us by Francisc > of Genoa, and panino Guillelmi, ... have prevented the said Francisco and panino from selling their wines aforesaid ..."

4. World-noted Women: Or, Types of Womanly Attributes of All Lands and Ages by Mary Cowden Clarke (1868)
"Catherine, and a few of her more devoted partisans, were for placing her on the throne as empress : others,—panino chiefly,— were for appointing her regent ..."

5. A Compilation of Spanish and Mexican Law: In Relation to Mines, and Titles by John Arnold Rockwell (1851)
"P panino. A person is said to know the panino, when he possesses experience and skill in judging from the appearance of the ground, the colour or shade of ..."

6. A Compilation of Spanish and Mexican Law, in Relation to Mines, and Titles by John Arnold Rockwell (1851)
"P panino. A person is said to know the panino, when he possesses experience and skill in judging from the appearance of the ground, the colour or shade of ..."

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