vino

noun
vi·​no | \ ˈvē-(ˌ)nō \
plural vinos

Definition of vino

: wine

Examples of vino in a Sentence

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Instead, the Hanacure literally froze my entire face in place, making it next to impossible to talk, much less finish my Sunday night glass of vino. Maddy Zollo, Town & Country, "Hanacure: The Creepy Korean Facial Taking Over The Beauty World," 12 Nov. 2018 Some are tailored to those who are knowledgeable vino drinkers, while others aim to teach the customer about the region and the best types of food to pair with your wine. Michaela Bechler, Vogue, "5 Wine Subscription Services that Will Make You Feel like a Sommelier," 10 Oct. 2018 The wooden table has three holes that are just the right size for cradling two glasses of vino and an entire bottle. Candace Braun Davison, House Beautiful, "This Outdoor Wine Table Lets You Enjoy Happy Hour Anywhere," 23 July 2018 No one understands the power of a glass (or five) of vino like Today cohosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. Amanda Garrity, Good Housekeeping, "You and Your BFF Need These Kathie Lee and Hoda Wine Glasses, Stat," 12 July 2018 Nothing will impress your vino-loving friends more than a pair of wine bottles floating off your table. Avery Thompson, Popular Mechanics, "Magic Wine Rack Appears to Defy Gravity," 26 Aug. 2016 Console + Wine Cellar Furniture that accommodates our vino habit? Joanna Linberg, Sunset, "11 Double-Duty Furniture Pieces for Small Spaces," 22 Jan. 2018 Like clockwork, local artists and residents gathered in the cozy environs of The Crush Wine Lounge to sip vino, dine on delectable treats and most importantly, share their love of everything art as well as build camaraderie and friendship. Patricia Dillon, Houston Chronicle, "Art enthusiasts celebrate, build camaraderie at ‘ArtFeel Live’ in The Woodlands," 29 June 2018 For bar-hoppers The restaurant’s prohibition-era theming is best exemplified in its cocktail menu, while its Italian roots mean a lot of vino. Lauren Delgado, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Enzo's Hideaway offers Italian fare paired with prohibition-style cocktails," 14 July 2018

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First Known Use of vino

circa 1919, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vino

Italian & Spanish, from Latin vinum

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