noun, plural vins [van]. /vɛ̃/. French.
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Origin of vin.
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What does vin- mean?
Vin- comes from the Latin vīnum, meaning “wine.” The English word wine also ultimately comes from the Latin vīnum.
Vin- is a variant of vini- or vino-, and may be used when combined with words or word elements beginning with vowels.
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While vin- is not widely used as combining form, knowing its meaning certainly helps make it easier to grasp a lot of other words that share a root in the Latin vīnum, wine.”
Vinaceous is a great color adjective, too, and can also refer to something that is the color of red wine—like burgundy, which is also the name of a type of red wine.
What are some other forms that vin- may be commonly confused with?