cognac

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French cognac, from Cognac, a city in France, from Medieval Latin Comniacum, from the name Cominius + Gallo-Roman suffix -acum.

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cognac (plural cognacs)

  1. a brandy distilled from white wine in the region around Cognac in France
    Major manufacturers add a small proportion of caramel to colour their cognacs.

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Borrowing from French cognac

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  • Hyphenation: cog‧nac

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cognac m (plural cognacs, diminutive cognacje n)

  1. (a glass of) cognac

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The city's name is from Medieval Latin Comniacum, from the name Cominius + Gallo-Roman suffix -acum.

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cognac m (plural cognacs)

  1. cognac

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