noun Etymology: probably alteration of Martinez (cocktail), from the name Martinez Date: 1894 a cocktail made of gin and dry vermouth; also vodka martini

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  • Martini — ist der Genitiv des lateinischen Martinus und bedeutet wörtlich ‚des dem Mars zugehörigen‘. Martini steht für: Martini (Cocktail), klassischer Cocktail aus Gin oder Wodka und Wermut Wermut der Firma Martini Rossi ein religiöses Fest auf Martin… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Martini — may refer to: Martini (cocktail), a popular cocktail Martini (vermouth), a brand of vermouth Martini (automobile company), a Swiss automobile company Martini (cars), a French manufacturer of racing cars Martini (quartet), the 2012 Sweet Adelines… …   Wikipedia

  • Martini — puede aludir a: Cosas Martini (vermú), una marca de vermú. Martini (Cocktail), un popular cóctel. Martini Gommus (Coktail), un cóctel de corte Lounge . Martini Racing, un equipo automovilístico patrocinado por la marca de vermú. Martini… …   Wikipedia Español

  • martini — [ martini ] n. m. • v. 1930; marque déposée 1 ♦ Vermouth produit par la firme Martini et Rossi. Du martini blanc, rouge. Des martinis. 2 ♦ Anglic. Aux États Unis, Cocktail de gin et de martini blanc sec. ⇒ dry (2o). ● martini nom masculin… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mārtiņi — or Mārtiņdiena (Martin s Day) is the name of the festival in Latvia celebrated on November 10, marking the end of the fall and the beginning of winter. In ancient Latvia the festival marked the passage from Ūsiņš to Mārtiņš, two horse deities.… …   Wikipedia

  • martini — 1891, short for Martini cocktail (1886), perhaps from Martini & Rossi, Italian firm that makes vermouth (an ingredient of the drink); the firm was in existence then by that name, but it is not specified among the ingredients in the earliest… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Martini — Martini, Arturo Martini, Giambattista Martini, Simone …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • martíni — s. m. Coquetel feito com gim e com vermute branco.   ‣ Etimologia: inglês martini, de Martini, antropônimo …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Martini — (izg. martȋni) DEFINICIJA 1. Giovanni Battista (zvan padre Martini) (1706 1784), talijanski glazbeni teoretičar, pedagog i skladatelj, učitelj J. S. Bacha i W. A. Mozarta (Povijest glazbe, priručnik o kontrapunktu) 2. Simone (o.1284 1344),… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Martiņi — Mārtiņi Mārtiņi est une ancienne fête lettonne, célébrée le 10 novembre, marquant la fin du Temps des esprits ( Veļu laiks ) et le début du Temps des frimas ( Ledus laiks ), situés pendant notre automne actuel. La fête doit marquer le transfert… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • martini® — {{hw}}{{martini®}}{{/hw}}s. m. inv. 1 Nome commerciale di vermut. 2 Cocktail di vermut Martini secco e gin …   Enciclopedia di italiano

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