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Rüdesheimer

[ roo-duhs-hahy-mer; German ry-duhs-hahy-muhr ]
/ ˈru dəsˌhaɪ mər; German ˈrü dəsˌhaɪ mər /
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noun

any of the Rheingau wines from the vineyards near Rüdesheim, a town on the Rhine River in W Germany.

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Origin of Rüdesheimer

Borrowed into English from German around 1790–1800
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British Dictionary definitions for Rüdesheimer

Rudesheimer
/ (ˈruːdəsˌhaɪmə) /

noun

a white Rhine wine: named after the town of Rüdesheim on the Rhine
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