manzanilla

[ man-zuh-neel-yuh, -nee-uh ]
/ ˌmæn zəˈnil yə, -ˈni ə /

noun

a pale, very dry sherry from Spain.

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Origin of manzanilla

From Spanish, dating back to 1835–45; see origin at manchineel
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British Dictionary definitions for manzanilla

manzanilla
/ (ˌmænzəˈnɪlə) /

noun

a very dry pale sherry

Word Origin for manzanilla

C19: from Spanish: camomile (referring to its bouquet)
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