What is the singular form of spaghetti?

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Actually, there is one, as spaghetti is plural. The singular is spaghetto. It starts out from the root spago, from the Italian, which means "cord" or "string." So spaghetti means cords/strings. Spaghettini (plural of spaghettino) are thinner.

This is in Italian, the language of the culture from which this food derives, but, obviously, people in English-speaking countries don't usually know this.
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