Moselle

[ moh-zel ]
/ moʊˈzɛl /

noun

German Mo·sel [moh-zuh l] /ˈmoʊ zəl/. a river in W central Europe, flowing from the Vosges Mountains in NE France into the Rhine at Coblenz in W Germany. 320 miles (515 km) long.
a department in NE France. 2406 sq. mi. (6230 sq. km). Capital: Metz.
a light, white wine made along the Moselle in Germany.

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Moselle
/ (məʊˈzɛl) /

noun

a department of NE France, in Lorraine region. Capital: Metz. Pop: 1 027 854 (2003 est). Area: 6253 sq km (2439 sq miles)
a river in W Europe, rising in NE France and flowing northwest, forming part of the border between Luxembourg and Germany, then northeast to the Rhine: many vineyards along its lower course. Length: 547 km (340 miles)German name: Mosel (ˈmoːzəl)
(sometimes not capital) a German white wine from the Moselle valley
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