trans-rhenish

Rhenish

[ren-ish]
adjective
1.
of the river Rhine or the regions bordering on it.
noun
2.
British, Rhine wine.

Origin:
1325–75; < Latin Rhēn(us) Rhine + -ish1; replacing Middle English Rhinisch < Old High German

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Rhenish (ˈrɛnɪʃ, ˈriː-)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to the River Rhine or the lands adjacent to it, esp the Rhineland-Palatinate
 
n
2.  another word for hock

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Rhenish
"of or belonging to the Rhine" (esp. of wine), late 14c., from Anglo-Fr. reneis (13c.), from M.L. Rhenensis, from Rhenus (see Rhine).
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