Moselle

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noun Mo·selle \mō-ˈzel\

Definition of Moselle

  1. :  a white wine from the Moselle valley

Origin and Etymology of moselle

German Moselwein, from Mosel Moselle, river in Germany + German Wein wine


First Known Use: 1681


Moselle

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geographical name Mo·selle \mō-ˈzel\
variants: or German

Mosel

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Definition of Moselle

  1. river about 340 miles (545 kilometers) long in eastern France and western Germany flowing from the Vosges Mountains into the Rhine River at Koblenz


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