vino

[ vee-noh ]
/ ˈvi noʊ /

noun, plural vi·nos. Informal.

wine; specifically, red Italian wine, as chianti.

Origin of vino

1895–1900; < Italian: wine

Definition for vino (2 of 3)

vino-


variant of vini-.

Definition for vino (3 of 3)

in vino veritas

[ in wee-noh we-ri-tahs; English in vahy-noh ver-i-tas, -tahs, vee-noh ]
/ ɪn ˈwi noʊ ˈwɛ rɪˌtɑs; English ɪn ˈvaɪ noʊ ˈvɛr ɪˌtæs, -tɑs, ˈvi noʊ /

Latin.

in wine there is truth.
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British Dictionary definitions for vino (1 of 2)

vino

/ (ˈviːnəʊ) /

noun plural -nos

an informal word for wine

Word Origin for vino

jocular use of Italian or Spanish vino

British Dictionary definitions for vino (2 of 2)

in vino veritas

/ Latin (ɪn ˈviːnəʊ ˈvɛrɪˌtæs) /

in wine there is truth; people speak the truth when they are drunk
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Culture definitions for vino

in vino veritas

[ (in vee-noh ver-ee-tahs) ]

A Latin phrase suggesting that people are more likely to say what they really feel under the influence of alcohol. It means, “There is truth in wine.”

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