How Do You Spell WINE?

Correct spelling for the English word "wine" is [w_ˈaɪ_n], [wˈa͡ɪn], [wˈa‍ɪn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of WINE

  1. The common Hebrew word for wine is yayin , from a root meaning "to boil up," "to be in a ferment." Others derive it from a root meaning "to tread out," and hence the juice of the grape trodden out. The Greek word for wine is oinos_, and the Latin _vinun . But besides this common Hebrew word, there are several others which are thus rendered. Yekebh ( Deuteronomy 16:13 , but in RSV correctly "wine-press"), a vat into which the new wine flowed from the press. Joel 2:24 , "their vats;" 3:13 , "the fats;" Proverbs 3:10 , "Thy presses shall burst out with new wine [tirosh];" Haggai 2:16 ; Jeremiah 48:33 , "wine-presses;" 2 Kings 6:27 ; Job 24:11 .

Common Misspellings for WINE

Below is the list of 442 misspellings for the word "wine".

Usage Examples for WINE

  1. " You can have a glass of wine if you choose," continued he. - "Valerie" by Frederick Marryat
  2. Here alone, in all the world, he had known what home meant, and in his heart and veins rose an intoxicating tumult like that of wine. - "The Law of Hemlock Mountain" by Hugh Lundsford
  3. The wine he would not touch. - "The Wreckers of Sable Island" by J. Macdonald Oxley
  4. The General called for a glass of wine for Miss Nelly. - "Mary Gray" by Katharine Tynan
  5. The old man bowed at the praise of his wine, and the young one at that of his father. - "Springhaven A Tale of the Great War" by R. D. Blackmore