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vine·yard

 (vĭn′yərd)
n.
1. A tract of land where grapes are grown.
2. A sphere of endeavor: toiled in the vineyard of publishing.

vineyard

(ˈvɪnjəd)
n
(Agriculture) a plantation of grapevines, esp where wine grapes are produced
[Old English wīngeard; see vine, yard2; related to Old High German wīngart, Old Norse vingarthr]
ˈvineyardist n

vine•yard

(ˈvɪn yərd)

n.
1. a plantation of grapevines, esp. one producing grapes for winemaking.
2. a sphere of activity.
[1300–50; Middle English (see vine, yard2); replacing win(e)yard, Old English wīngeard]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vineyard - a farm of grapevines where wine grapes are producedvineyard - a farm of grapevines where wine grapes are produced
farm - workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit; "it takes several people to work the farm"
Translations
كَرْمكَرْم، بُسْتان لِزِراعَة الكُروم
vinice
vingårdvinmark
viinitarha
vinograd
víngarðurvíngarîur
ぶどう園
포도원
vinica
vinograd
vingård
ไร่องุ่น
bağüzüm bağı
vườn nho

vineyard

[ˈvɪnjəd] Nviña f, viñedo m

vineyard

[ˈvɪnjərd] nvignoble m

vineyard

[ˈvɪnjəd] nvigna, vigneto

vine

(vain) noun
1. a type of climbing plant which bears grapes.
2. any climbing or trailing plant.
ˈvineyard (ˈvin-) noun
an area which is planted with grape vines. We spent the summer touring the French vineyards.

vineyard

كَرْم vinice vingård Weinberg αμπελώνας viñedo viinitarha vignoble vinograd vigneto ブドウ園 포도원 wijngaard vingård winnica vinha, vinhedo виноградник vingård ไร่องุ่น bağ vườn nho 葡萄园
References in classic literature ?
We'll see 'm later on," Billy said, as they turned northwest, through the vineyards and orchards of Napa Valley.
Hillard was well off, and had big ranches and vineyards down on the flat of the valley.
Men say they envy your inheritance And look upon your vineyards with fierce eyes As Ahab looked on Naboth's goodly field.
It was broad, and smooth, and white--handsome and in perfect repair, and shaded on both sides for a mile or so with single ranks of trees, and also with luxuriant vineyards.
It tasted something as I should conceive a royal cutlet from the thigh of Louis le Gros might have tasted, supposing him to have been killed the first day after the venison season, and that particular venison season contemporary with an unusually fine vintage of the vineyards of Champagne.
8 the living tortoise is prescribed as a charm to preserve vineyards from hail.
The new era began; the king was tried, doomed, and beheaded; the Republic of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death, declared for victory or death against the world in arms; the black flag waved night and day from the great towers of Notre Dame; three hundred thousand men, summoned to rise against the tyrants of the earth, rose from all the varying soils of France, as if the dragon's teeth had been sown broadcast, and had yielded fruit equally on hill and plain, on rock, in gravel, and alluvial mud, under the bright sky of the South and under the clouds of the North, in fell and forest, in the vineyards and the olive-grounds and among the cropped grass and the stubble of the corn, along the fruitful banks of the broad rivers, and in the sand of the sea-shore.
But, in three hours travelling, the scene was wholly altered; we came into a most beautiful country; farmers' houses, at small distances, neatly built; the fields enclosed, containing vineyards, corn-grounds, and meadows.
In the bottle the acids were long ago resolved; the imperial dye had softened with time, as the colour grows richer in stained windows; and the glow of hot autumn afternoons on hillside vineyards, was ready to be set free and to disperse the fogs of London.
A FARMER being about to die, and knowing that during his illness his Sons had permitted the vineyard to become overgrown with weeds while they improved the shining hour by gambling with the doctor, said to them:
I pore over the abstract of title of the vineyard called Tokay on the rancho called Petaluma.
The place was a vineyard, but it overhung the sea, and I got taken on as tame sailorman and emergency bottle-washer.