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vineyard

[vin-yerd] /ˈvɪn yərd/
noun
1.
a plantation of grapevines, especially one producing grapes for winemaking.
2.
a sphere of activity, especially on a high spiritual plane.
Origin of vineyard
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English (see vine, yard2); replacing win(e)yard, Old English wīngeard
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vineyard

/ˈvɪnjəd/
noun
1.
a plantation of grapevines, esp where wine grapes are produced
Derived Forms
vineyardist, noun
Word Origin
Old English wīngeard; see vine, yard²; related to Old High German wīngart, Old Norse vingarthr
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Word Origin and History for vineyard
n.

c.1300, replacing Old English wingeard, from vine + yard (n.1). Cf. German weingarten.

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