clos

noun \ˈklō\

Definition of clos

plural

clos

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  1. :  a French vineyard; especially :  one enclosed by a wall —often used prepositively in a compound naming such a vineyard or its wine (as Clos-Vougeot, a vineyard in the Côte-d'Or, or the red Burgundy produced from its grapes) — compare château 3, côte

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Origin and Etymology of clos

French, from Old French, enclosure — more at 3close


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