Malaga

Malaga

[mal-uh-guh]
noun
1.
a strong, sweet dessert wine with a pronounced muscat grape flavor, especially that produced in Málaga, Spain.
2.
any of the grapes grown in or exported from Málaga.

Origin:
1600–10

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Málaga

[mal-uh-guh; Spanish mah-lah-gah]
noun
1.
a province in S Spain, in Andalusia. 2813 sq. mi. (7285 sq. km).
2.
a seaport in S Spain, on the Mediterranean.
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Málaga (ˈmæləɡə, Spanish ˈmalaɣa)
 
n
1.  a port and resort in S Spain, in Andalusia on the Mediterranean. Pop: 547 105 (2003 est)
2.  a sweet fortified dessert wine from Málaga

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Malaga
1608, white wine exported from the Sp. port of Malaga, founded by the Phoenicians and probably from Phoen. malha "salt."
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