Andrew Bachelor, a.k.a. King Bach, is a comedy celeb on vine—an app where users produce six-second videos.
It might have ripened into something or it might have died on the vine.
The hottest name of them all, though, is Andrew Bachelor —better known by his vine handle, King Bach (pronounced Batch).
In the last month, the 25-year-old comedian has seen his vine following grow from less than a million to over 1.9 million.
The British consulate just posted this cute video on vine of Harry playing fairground games on the rebuilt boardwalk.
vine vigorous and hardy, producing average to good crops, often subject to mildew.
If the vine clings to the cedar, the connection is but mechanical.
vine vigorous, usually hardy but subject to injury in severe seasons, moderately productive to productive.
Newchwang was long on the vine at that very moment, but he did not get that.
Significant then, that he worshipped "the viol, the violet, and the vine" of Poe.
c.1300, from Old French vigne, from Latin vinea "vine, vineyard," from vinum "wine," from PIE *win-o-, from an Italic noun related to words for "wine" in Greek, Armenian, Hittite, and non-Indo-European Georgian and West Semitic (cf. Hebrew yayin, Ethiopian wayn); probably ultimately from a lost Mediterranean language word *w(o)in- "wine." The European grape vine was imported to California via Mexico by priests in 1564.
one of the most important products of Palestine. The first mention of it is in the history of Noah (Gen. 9:20). It is afterwards frequently noticed both in the Old and New Testaments, and in the ruins of terraced vineyards there are evidences that it was extensively cultivated by the Jews. It was cultivated in Palestine before the Israelites took possession of it. The men sent out by Moses brought with them from the Valley of Eshcol a cluster of grapes so large that "they bare it between two upon a staff" (Num. 13: 23). The vineyards of En-gedi (Cant. 1:14), Heshbon, Sibmah, Jazer, Elealeh (Isa. 16:8-10; Jer. 48:32, 34), and Helbon (Ezek. 27:18), as well as of Eshcol, were celebrated. The Church is compared to a vine (Ps. 80:8), and Christ says of himself, "I am the vine" (John 15:1). In one of his parables also (Matt. 21:33) our Lord compares his Church to a vineyard which "a certain householder planted, and hedged round about," etc. Hos. 10:1 is rendered in the Revised Version, "Israel is a luxuriant vine, which putteth forth his fruit," instead of "Israel is an empty vine, he bringeth forth fruit unto himself," of the Authorized Version.