Definition of gamay
: a light dry red table wine made from the same grape used for French Beaujolais gamay rosé; also : the grape
Origin and Etymology of gamay
borrowed from French, earlier gamet, going back to Middle French gaamez, after Gamay, village in St. Aubin commune (Côte d'Or), France
First Known Use: 1833See Words from the same year
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