Durum



[doo r-uh m, dyoo r-] /ˈdʊər əm, ˈdyʊər-/

noun
1.
a wheat, Triticum turgidum, the grain of which yields flour used in making pasta.
/ˈdjʊərəm/
noun
1.
a variety of wheat, Triticum durum, with a high gluten content, cultivated mainly in the Mediterranean region, and used chiefly to make pastas
n.

species of wheat, 1908, from Latin durum, neuter of durus “hard” (see endure). The seeds are tough.

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