muscadine

  • 1 Muscadine — Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magno …

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  • 2 muscadine — [ myskadin ] n. f. • XXe; de muscade (1o) ♦ Chocolat fin fourré qui imite l aspect de la noix muscade. ● muscadine nom féminin Vigne d une variété canadienne. Vin que produit cette vigne. ⇒MUSCADINE, subst. fém. Cépage à raisins noirs cultivé au… …

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  • 3 Muscadine — Mus ca*dine, n. [See {Muscadel}.] 1. (Bot.) A name given to several very different kinds of grapes, but in America used chiefly for the scuppernong, or southern fox grape, which is said to be the parent stock of the Catawba. See {Grapevine}.… …

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  • 4 muscadine — [mus′kə din, mus′kədīn΄] n. [altered < muscadel, var. of MUSCATEL] an American grape (Vitis rotundifolia) growing in the SE U.S., with small leaves, simple tendrils, and small clusters of large, spherical, musky, purple grapes …

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  • 5 Muscadine — Grapevine Grape vine , n. (Bot.) A vine or climbing shrub, of the genus {Vitis}, having small green flowers and lobed leaves, and bearing the fruit called {grapes}. [1913 Webster] Note: The common grapevine of the Old World is {Vitis vinifera},… …

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  • 6 muscadine — Muscardin Mus car*din, n. [F., fr. muscadin a musk scented lozenge, fr. muscade nutmeg, fr. L. muscus musk. See {Muscadel}.] (Zo[ o]l.) The common European dormouse; so named from its odor. [Written also {muscadine}.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Muscadine — Vitis rotundifolia Vitis rotundifolia …

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  • 8 muscadine — noun Etymology: probably alteration of muscatel Date: circa 1785 a grape (Vitis rotundifolia) of the southern United States with musky fruits borne in small clusters; also the fruit …

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  • 9 muscadine — /mus keuh din, duyn /, n. a grape, Vitis rotundifolia, of the southern U.S., having dull purple, thick skinned musky fruit and being the origin of many grape varieties. [1535 45; MUSCAD(EL) + INE1] * * * …

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  • 10 muscadine — noun a) An American vine of the subgenus Muscadinia b) A grape variety from this vine; the wine produced from these grapes …

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  • 11 muscadine — mus·ca·dine || mÊŒskÉ™dɪn n. dull purplish grape that has a musky flavor (indigenous to the southern USA) …

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  • 12 muscadine — [ mʌskədɪn, ʌɪn] noun a wine grape with a musky flavour, native to Mexico and the south eastern US. [Vitis rotundifolia.] Origin prob. an alt. of muscatel …

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  • 13 muscadine — n. See muscadel …

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  • 14 muscadine — mus·ca·dine …

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  • 15 muscadine — mus•ca•dine [[t]ˈmʌs kə dɪn, ˌdaɪn[/t]] n. pln a grape, Vitis rotundifolia, of the southern U.S., having dull purple, thick skinned musky fruit and being the origin of many grape varieties • Etymology: 1865–70, amer.; obscurely akin to muscadel… …

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  • 16 Muscadine —    voir Vitis rotundifolie …

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  • 17 muscadine — n. a variety of grape with a musk flavour, used chiefly in wine making. Etymology: perh. Engl. form f. Prov. MUSCAT …

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  • 18 muscadine grape — apskritalapis vynmedis statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Vynmedinių šeimos maistinis, vaisinis, vaistinis augalas (Vitis rotundifolia), paplitęs Šiaurės Amerikoje. atitikmenys: lot. Vitis rotundifolia angl. muscadine grape; southern fox grape …

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  • 19 muscadine grape — noun see muscadine 2 …

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  • 20 Northern muscadine — Muscadine Mus ca*dine, n. [See {Muscadel}.] 1. (Bot.) A name given to several very different kinds of grapes, but in America used chiefly for the scuppernong, or southern fox grape, which is said to be the parent stock of the Catawba. See… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English