Sunday, September 7, 2008

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Main Entry: pi·ña·ta
Variant(s): or pi·na·ta \pēn-ˈyä-tə\
Function: noun
Etymology: Spanish piñata, literally, pot, from Italian pignatta, probably from pigna pinecone
Date: 1883
: a decorated vessel (as of papier-mâché) filled with candies, fruits, and gifts and hung up to be broken with sticks by blindfolded persons as part of festivities

1 comment:

Ray said...

C is for candy and candy-coupled contraptions cut, causing cubs' continuously canorous commotion.