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The term may originate from a conjectured Spanish word picadillo, from picado meaning punctured or pierced. This is similar to the Spanish word picadura, used for the lace collars of the seventeenth century that contained much elaborate cut work.
- Pickadil, Merriam-Webster, retrieved 2012-02-10.
- "piccadill", Oxford English Dictionary Second Edition 1989
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