American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Wine.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Italian or Spanish word for wine used in combination in various terms adopted from these languages (see Derived terms below)
- n. slang Wine, or a place which serves it or other alcohol.
- n. fermented juice (of grapes especially)
- Italian or Spanish vino ("wine") (Wiktionary)
- Italian and Spanish, both from Latin vīnum. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Ay," said the schoolmaster, "upon the principle that _in vino veritas_; but you know that _gravatus vino_ and _ebrius_ are two different things -- _gravatus vino_, the juice o 'the grape -- och, och, as every one knows, could and stupid; but _ebrius_ from blessed poteen, that warms and gives ecstatic nutrition to the heart.”
“Not that i'm a total boozehead or anything, but I popped a housewarming bottle of vino from the Napa Valley's Topanga Vineyard this evening, and it struck me that a 2001 Cab Sav is no longer young.”
“An interesting note on this wine ... the winery that produced this great, affordable ($10-12) vino is owned by Novartis.”
“Smooth with fresh blackberries and cherries, this simple vino is great for pizza.”
“I wondered if it were a case of in vino veritas, and noted that wine was drunk in the Moslem strongholds of the Dedas.”
“To read some of the comments above, you’d think the appreciation of vino is wildly relative, when we know that cream rises to the top and there can be broad consensus on the assessment of a wine’s appeal.”
“Usually I go for o.p. rum as my fave cold medicine but the vino was being a typical two year old, screaming loudly for attention.”
“What the Italians call a vino di meditazione - a wine to think over.”
“Javino -- which is a combination of the words "java" and "vino" -- will serve Milwaukee coffee roasted by Anodyne, Alterra and Cedarburg Coffee.”
“I really wonder how Berlusconi really is viewed by people out of Italy. can be referred to as vino nero or black wine”
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