appellation

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English[edit]

A bottle of Rossese di Dolceacqua wine which states that "Rossese di Dolceacqua" is a denominazione di origine controllata, i.e. an appellation.

Etymology[edit]

From the Old French apellatiun, from the Latin appellātiō (a naming).

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Noun[edit]

appellation (plural appellations)

  1. (formal or dated) A name, title, or designation.
    • 1912, Stratemeyer Syndicate, Baseball Joe on the School Nine Chapter 1
      "I'll not," retorted "Teeter" Nelson, whose first name was Harry, but who had gained his appellation because of a habit he had of "teetering" on his tiptoes when reciting in class. "I've got Peaches all right," and there was a struggle between the two lads, one trying to throw a snowball, and the other trying to prevent him.
  2. An indication for wine that describes its geographic origin.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Old French apellatiun, but respelt to conform with the ultimate Latin etymon, appellātiō.

Noun[edit]

appellation f (plural appellations)

  1. call (instance of calling out)
  2. name; appellation