noun, plural vi·nos. Informal.
Origin of vino
Definition for vino (2 of 3)
Definition for vino (3 of 3)
in vino veritas
Examples from the Web for vino
I found it beckoning, almost like a mirage, in the form of the Vino Volo wine bar.
“He is a hated man in Montalcino,” Franco Zillani, who has chronicled the case on his blog Vino al Vino told The Daily Beast.
Then, after scratching his head a long moment in thought, he set out in the direction of the general store and a bottle of vino.Bred of the Desert|Marcus Horton
The Mexicans call it “vino divino;” but, admirable as may be its qualities, it needs to be very temperately used.Some Heroes of Travel|W. H. Davenport Adams
He had told them that it was 34, but both knew better; and now in vino veritas.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)|Richard Doddridge Blackmore
Amburayan was freed from the vino traffic soon after it became a subprovince of Lepanto-Bontoc.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)|Dean Conant Worcester
In vino veritas, said the ancients; and the principle holds good where there is no vinum, but only mild casserie.Green Mansions|W. H. Hudson