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muscat

noun mus·cat \ˈməs-ˌkat, -kət\

Definition of MUSCAT

1
:  muscatel
2
:  any of several cultivated grapes used in making wine and raisins

Origin of MUSCAT

Middle French, from Old Occitan, from muscat musky, from musc musk, from Late Latin muscus — more at musk
First Known Use: 1548

Muscat

geographical name

Definition of MUSCAT

— see masqat

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