Why is tiramisu called tiramisu

See also: tiramisu, tiramisù

Tiramisu (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Hyphenation:
Ti | ra | mi | su, Plural: Ti | ra | mi | sus
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [tiʀamiˈzuː]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Gastronomy: a dessert made from mascarpone and ladyfingers soaked in coffee
Origin of the term:
from Italian tiramisù borrowed from the tirami su "Pull me up" "in the sense of" make me perk up "" is the basis
General terms:
1) Dessert, sweet dish
Application examples:
1) I take one Tiramisu.
1) “For dessert, I'll be between Tiramisu or decide the Somlauer Nockerln. "
Cases:
Nominative: singular Tiramisu; Plural Tiramisus
Genitive: singular Tiramisus; Plural Tiramisus
Dative: singular Tiramisu; Plural Tiramisus
Accusative: singular Tiramisu; Plural Tiramisus

Translations

  • English: 1) tiramisu
  • French: 1) tiramisu (male)
  • Italian: 1) tiramisù (male), tirami su (male)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The 600 participants - including several Austrians - must have a traditional and a creative one Tiramisu prepare.
DiePresse.com, September 26, 2018

An opera singer from northern Italy does the best Tiramisu of the world. The 32-year-old Diletta Scandiuzzi held the second time this weekend in her hometown Treviso Tiramisu-World championship won.
Südtirol News, November 07, 2018

And so is the Classic Tiramisu Frappuccino only available for a very limited time.
Sumikai, March 14, 2019

Cheesecake, Tiramisu and cinnamon rolls without eggs or cow's milk? That works - and is really delicious. Together with Alpro we have selected eight recipes for vegan delicacies that you should try.
The Huffington Post, October 18, 2018

Until all the restaurants have to close, this inn in Frankfurt's Nordend offers scampi, pasta and Tiramisu to go.
BILD.de, March 20, 2020

Mold in the ventilation system and in the ice cubes, a mysterious one Tiramisu and a dumpling on the floor: a local tour with Walpurga Rath, the chief food policeman, through the Graz restaurants.
Kleine Zeitung, September 29, 2020

You don't want to open on hot summer days either Tiramisu dispense? No problem: food blogger Mareike Winter has a recipe for the ice-cold version of the classic Italian dessert up her sleeve.
GMX, June 29, 2020

Due to its sweet taste and creamy consistency, mascarpone is popular for desserts such as Tiramisu used.
Brigitte.de, August 24, 2020

The only exception is if you like eggs for food Tiramisu or use other desserts that call for raw eggs. In that case, the eggs should be as fresh as possible.
stern.de, April 9, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "tiramisu":

Tiramisu:… 1) a famous dessert from Veneto General terms: 1) gastronomia (female) (gastronomy) Translations German: 1) Tiramisu (neuter) French:…

Tiramisu:… Les tiramisus Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ti.ʁa.mi.su] Word meaning / Definition: 1) das Tiramisu Translations German: 1) Tiramisu (neuter) Italian: tiramisù…

Pikeperch fillet: "Chef Manfred Grossmann served a warm buffet, including pikeperch fillet on paprika couscous, saddle of milk veal wrapped in parmesan, mushroom ragout with mini bread dumplings or tiramisu from Valrhona chocolate."

Ham Pizza: “In comparison to the many hours of sport that would be necessary to work off the ham pizza, the salad, the tiramisu and three-quarters of a liter of cola.” 1) “A little later, they were at the round table at 'Luigi's'

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