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vint

transitive verb \ˈvint\

Definition of vint

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to make (wine) from fruit cherry-wine vinted in the … forest — O. E. Schniebs

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Origin and Etymology of vint

probably back-formation from vintage


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vint

noun \"\

Definition of vint

plural

-s

  1. :  a card game resembling whist and similar to auction bridge in its bidding that has every trick scored and on a failed bid has the declarer score as usual while the adversaries score 100 times the value for their tricks —called also Russian whist

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Origin and Etymology of vint

Russian, probably from Yiddish, literally, wind, from Middle High German wint, from Old High German — more at wind


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