burgundy


bur·gun·dy

noun \ˈbər-gən-dē\

Burgundy : a red or white wine made in Burgundy, France

: a reddish-purple color

plural bur·gun·dies

Full Definition of BURGUNDY

1
often capitalized :  a red or white unblended wine from Burgundy; also :  a blended red wine produced elsewhere
2
:  a reddish-purple color

Origin of BURGUNDY

Burgundy, region in France
First Known Use: 1664

Bur·gun·dy

geographical name \ˈbər-gən-dē\

Definition of BURGUNDY

1
region & with varying limits former kingdom, duchy, & province E France S of Champagne
2
former county France E of Burgundy province; later called Franche–Com·té \ˌfräⁿsh-kōⁿ-ˈtā\
Bur·gun·di·an \(ˌ)bər-ˈgən-dē-ən\ adjective or noun

Variants of BURGUNDY

Bur·gun·dy or French Bour·gogne \bür-ˈgnʸ\

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