American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A rich, full-bodied, usually red wine produced in southeast France.
- After Tain l'Hermitage, a village of southeast France. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The empress had a private palace at St. Petersburg which she called her Hermitage, where she received none but her choicest friends.”
“To make the Historical wine, winemaker Thomas Duroux blends barrels that were otherwise destined for Chateau Palmer with no more than twenty percent syrah from “friendly” (but unspecified) sources in Hermitage, Cote Rotie, and Cornas.”
“Now Jackson was building a mansion he called the Hermitage, east of Nashville.”
“The calls were traced to a phone booth in Hermitage, about two miles away, police said.”
“Near to it they stopped to look at a magnificent pile, called the Hermitage, which is about as unlike the residence of a dweller in the wilderness as anything in nature can well be.”
“This was entirely false, but Jackson duly offered praise from his estate outside Nashville, known as the Hermitage.”
“Normally the Hermitage is a zoo, but this one magical evening you can wander alone among the Canova sculptures, drink Moët while looking at the Goya donated by Armand Hammer, and get close enough to the Leonardos to decide that you don't really like them.”
“The great American patriot and wine connoisseur Thomas Jefferson called Hermitage “the single greatest white wine of France.””
“Finally, The Hermitage is a gripping tale involving a ruined country maiden and an unsolved murder.”
“Thein, where we breakfasted, was the Teyna of the Romans: it is delightfully situated at the bottom of an hill, called the Hermitage, and celebrated over all Europe and the world for its rich wines.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
condition; result of; account; number of; cost of; place of; collection of; home of; to act
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