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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Burgundy (wine).
  • n. A deep red colour, like that of Burgundy wine.
  • adj. Of a deep red color like that of Burgundy wine.


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1881, from attributive use of Burgundy ("wine from Burgundy") from Burgundy wine from Burgundy ("region of France") + wine.


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