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Italian word mangiata comes from Italian mangiare, Italian -ata.

Mangiata etymology ?

Mangiata detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
mangiare Italian (ita) (intransitive) to tuck in, to start to eat. (transitive) to consume. (transitive) to eat Eating. Food. Scoff.
-ata Italian (ita) (rare) Used as an intensifier.. Used to form collective nouns.. Used to form nouns, derived from nouns with a negative connotation, expressing an action.. Used to form verbal nouns, derived from regular -are verbs, expressing an instance of the action expressed by the verb.. Used to form words, derived from nouns, corresponding to -ful (as much as something will hold).. Used to form words, [...]
mangiata Italian (ita) Feed, nosh.

Words with the same origin as mangiata

Descendants of -ata
boccata cacciata cazzata chiacchierata crociata giornata mattinata occhiata risata scopata serata stronzata telefonata