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  • has an article on: wine Wikipedia enPR: wīn, IPA(key): /waɪn/ Rhymes: -aɪn Homophone: whine (in accents with the wine-whine merger) From
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  • See also: Ginger Wikipedia has an article on: ginger Wikipedia (UK) IPA(key): /ˈdʒɪndʒə/, /ˈɡɪŋə/ (person with red hair) (US) IPA(key): /ˈdʒɪndʒɚ/
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  • شنگویر Wikipedia fa شنگویل ‎(šangevil) شنگبیر ‎(šangebir) شنگبیل ‎(šangebil) From Sanskrit शृङ्गवेर ‎(śṛṅgavēra). شنگویر • ‎(šangevir) ginger wine
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  • mulled wine Wikipedia mulled wine ‎(countable and uncountable, plural mulled wines) Red wine with spices (e.g. cinnamon sticks, cloves and ginger) served
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  • rouquines) ginger; red-headed rouquin m ‎(plural rouquins, feminine rouquine) (colloquial) redhead, ginger (colloquial, masculine only) red wine “rouquin”
    395 bytes (47 words) - 22:37, 22 July 2016
  • galingale (category en:Ginger family plants)
    marmelade] was called charedequynce, of which one version included wine, honey, ginger, galingale, cinnamon and wardens as well as quinces. One of several
    989 bytes (94 words) - 20:35, 25 January 2016
  • bindaloo Probably from the Portuguese vin-d’alho ‎(“wine and garlic sauce”), from vinho ‎(“wine”) (whence the English vinho) + alho ‎(“garlic”). Not
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  • you, is as red as any rose. (of hair) Having an orange-brown colour; ginger. Her hair had red highlights. (card games, of a card) Of the hearts or
    31 KB (1,369 words) - 19:38, 25 July 2016
  • from Latin radix. race ‎(plural races) A rhizome or root, especially of ginger. 1842, Gibbons Merle, The Domestic Dictionary and Housekeeper's Manual,
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  • fermented extract of the roots and other parts of various plants, as spruce, ginger, sassafras, etc. (uncountable) A solution produced by steeping plant materials
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  • green (category en:Wine)
    used.‎ (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?) (wine) High or too high in acidity. Full of life and vigour; fresh and vigorous;
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  • Mendelsohn, Dict. Drink, 264 Pope, a spiced drink made from tokay..., ginger, honey and roasted orange. 1976 January 15, Times (London), 12/8 Many of
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  • (Rhus chinensis) Chinese garden Chinese gelatin, Chinese gelatine Chinese ginger (Boesenbergia rotunda) Chinese glue Chinese gong Chinese goose (Anser cygnoides)
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  • and molasses. Judd No blackstrap to-night; switchel, or ginger pop. (obsolete, nautical, slang) Bad port wine; any common wine of the Mediterranean.
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  • the United Kingdom, whose main ingredients are chillies, white wine vinegar, fresh ginger, sugar, garlic, coriander, and (optionally) tamarind. Indian
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  • Sanskrit शृङ्गवेर ‎(śṛṅgavēra) زَنْجَبِيل • ‎(zanjabīl) f ginger a river in Paradise wine Declension of noun زَنْجَبِيل (zanjabīl) Steingass, Francis
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  • difficulty in walking caused by rheumatic or rheumatoid arthritis". Guogong wine has the following herbal ingredients: State Pharmacopoeia Commission of
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  • rosemary, bog myrtle (sweet gale), coriander, caraway, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, juniper, milfoil, mugwort and yarrow. The beers made using these components
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