vineyard


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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 ?
I saw that under the mask of these half humorous inuendoes, this old seaman, as an insulated Quakerish Nantucketer, was full of his insular prejudices, and rather distrustful of all aliens, unless they hailed from Cape Cod or the Vineyard.
She, the daughter of a petty baron, who boasted for all his domains but a ruinous tower, and an unproductive vineyard, and some few leagues of the barren Landes of Bourdeaux, her name was known wherever deeds of arms were done, known wider than that of many a lady's that had a county for a dowery.
I neither say nor think so," said Sancho; "let them look to it; with their bread let them eat it; they have rendered account to God whether they misbehaved or not; I come from my vineyard, I know nothing; I am not fond of prying into other men's lives; he who buys and lies feels it in his purse; moreover, naked was I born, naked I find myself, I neither lose nor gain; but if they did, what is that to me?
The table was laid in a vineyard belonging to the pope, near San Pierdarena, a charming retreat which the cardinals knew very well by report.
They say, however, that he never comes to town now, and lives by himself in the country, faring hardly, with an old woman to look after him and get his dinner for him, when he comes in tired from pottering about his vineyard.
I go hence, trusting that all shall be well, and that even for his infant hands there is a labor in the vineyard.
Leave me the little vineyard of my life; leave me the walled-in garden and the well of water; the ewe-lamb God sent me, in pity or in wrath, oh
The men of Argos, again, and those who held the walls of Tiryns, with Hermione, and Asine upon the gulf; Troezene, Eionae, and the vineyard lands of Epidaurus; the Achaean youths, moreover, who came from Aegina and Mases; these were led by Diomed of the loud battle-cry, and Sthenelus son of famed Capaneus.
Moreover, powerful Truth, being the rich grape juice expressed from the vineyard of the ages, has an intoxicating quality, when imbibed by any save a powerful intellect, and often, as it were, impels the quaffer to quarrel in his cups.
The Portas remained in my house, and set fire to my vineyard at Longone.
But boldness breeds boldness, and shortly I plunged into a Vineyard, in the full light of the moon, and captured a gallon of superb grapes, not even minding the presence of a peasant who rode by on a mule.
As for the rest of the ranch, the land was good in patches, where it was cleared, like the vegetable garden and the vineyard, but the rest of it was too much up-and-down.