a former province of eastern France that is famous for its wines
Burgundy, Burgundy wine(noun)
red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere)
a dark purplish-red to blackish-red color
Of a deep red color like that of Burgundy wine.
A variety of red wine from this region.
A variety of wine resembling that of Burgundy; especially from Australia or California.
A region of France.
Origin: Adapted from Medieval Burgundia, Bourgogne < Late Burgundiones. Burgundy (wine) is an abbreviation of the attributive use of the regional name, in Burgundy wine.
an old province of France (in the eastern central part)
a richly flavored wine, mostly red, made in Burgundy, France
Burgundy is a region of central France. Burgundy includes the following four departements: Côte-d'Or, Saône-et-Loire, Yonne and Nièvre
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bur′gun-di, n. a generous French red wine, so called from Burgundy, the district where it is made.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
was, prior to the 16th century, a Teutonic duchy of varying extent in the SE. and E. of France; annexed to France as a province in the 6th century; the country is still noted for its wines.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A large province in France, derives its name from the Burgundians, a Gothic tribe who overran Gaul in 275, but were driven out by the Emperor Probus; they returned in 287, and were defeated by Maximin. In 413 they established a kingdom, comprising the present Burgundy, large parts of Switzerland, with Alsace, Savoy, Provence, etc., Gondicaire, their leader, the first king. It was conquered by the Franks, 534. Annexed to France, 1477.
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Etymology and Origins
A wine produced in the French province of the same name.
The numerical value of burgundy in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of burgundy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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