Definition of gardevin
1 Scottish : a large bottle or decanter for wine a tumbler and the gardevin for the dominie — D. S. Meldrum
2 Scottish : a wine closet
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Origin and Etymology of gardevin
French garder to keep, guard + vin wine, from Latin vinum
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