[ ga-mey, gam-ey ]
/ gæˈmeɪ, ˈgæm eɪ /
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a grape grown especially in the Beaujolais region of France and in N California.
the dry red wine made from this grape.
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Origin of Gamay
<French gamay, gamet, after Gamay, a village in St.-Aubin commune (Côte-d'Or), France
Words nearby Gamay
gam, Gama, gama grass, gamahuche, Gamaliel, Gamay, gamba, gambado, gamba stop, Gambel's quail, gambeson
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How to use Gamay in a sentence
Wines labeled Bugey-Cérdon are made from the Gamay grape, often blended with a bit of Poulsard.The Drink All You Want Holiday Wine|Jordan Salcito|December 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When the Gamay is not red enough, we put it into some Otellot; that's as black as your hat, and colours the rest up beautifully.
The boite ordinaire that grows away there in the plain, is called Gamay.
Gamay ra ang nahabilin sa swildu kay nakautang-utang ku, I have little left from my salary because I incurred so many small debts.
Giutmil si Búbuy sa gamay pa siya, Boboy was raised on oatmeal when he was small.
Nalip-ut ang sayal kay gamay man ang sun-ut sa panaptun, The skirt was made narrow because it was a narrow piece of cloth.