There is an Italian word ‘Culaccino’ that describes the water ring left on a table by a cold glass. It derives from culaccio + -ino, derived from culo (“bottom”), the same versatile word can also mean the remaining bit of water in the glass itself, or the end of a salami or loaf of bread.
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