- a strong, sweet dessert wine with a pronounced muscat grape flavor, especially that produced in Málaga, Spain.
- any of the grapes grown in or exported from Málaga.
Origin of Malaga
- a province in S Spain, in Andalusia. 2813 sq. mi. (7285 sq. km).
- a seaport in S Spain, on the Mediterranean.
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Contemporary Examples of malaga
They drove through France before settling in Spain, where they rented rooms in a hostel in Malaga.Desperate Parents Arrested After Fleeing Britain For Other Treatment Options for Son in Europe
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 2, 2014
Walk to Gibraltar across the border at La Línea in Spain (74 miles east of Malaga).Catch Beatles Fever! Ten Essential Travel Destinations for Beatlemaniacs
January 3, 2014
It began harmlessly enough, with a call from the manager of Banco Bilbao in Malaga, who asked Schiller to stop by.
At last, the money arrived and the Smyths relocated to a new safe house in Malaga.
Under the Schiller alias, they even voted in the Malaga municipal elections.
Historical Examples of malaga
As soon as the Moors were gone the three rode a little way towards Malaga.Fair Margaret
H. Rider Haggard
For a cough or cold, take six ounces of Malaga raisins, and beat them to a fine paste, with the same quantity of sugarcandy.
An old sailor from Malaga who used to fish for sponges told me, and he knew.Rosinante to the Road Again
John Dos Passos
It is used especially for the Cornichon and Malaga in rich soil.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
The fellow will detect me for a "parvenu" long before we reach Malaga!Confessions Of Con Cregan
Charles James Lever
- a port and resort in S Spain, in Andalusia on the Mediterranean. Pop: 547 105 (2003 est)
- a sweet fortified dessert wine from Málaga
c.1600, white wine exported from the Spanish port of Malaga, founded by the Phoenicians and probably from Phoenician malha "salt."