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whine (HWIGHN, WIGHN) (verb)
1. To complain in an annoying way: "Kim and Edith always whine about having too much work to do."
2. To make a high, crying sound: "The cat will always whine when it wants something to eat!"
whine (HWIGHN, WIGHN) (noun)
A high and unpleasant sound that continues for a long time: "The whine of the jet passing overhead stopped the classroom lesson because it was just too loud."
wine (WIGHN) (noun)
An alcoholic drink made from the juice of grapes: "Annie and Todd had a glass of red wine to celebrate the special occasion."

When grape alcohol turns out to be bad, people will hear a lot of wine whine from those who grew the grapes and produced the drink.

wine (s) (noun), wines (pl)
1. An alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.
2. Etymology: from Latin vinum, "wine".
This entry is located in the following unit: vino-, vin-, vini- (page 2)
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(Greek: a combining form occurring in the names of chemical compounds in which the methyl group is present; alcohol, wine)
(Greek: wine, fermented grape juice)
(Latin: wine, grape juice)
(Greek: little bag, bag; bladder, pouch; bladder like, sac like; from leather bag, wine skin)
(Greek > Latin: an ancient Greek and Roman god of wine and revelry; earlier called Dionysus by the Greeks)
(Greek: cup, a goblet, a cup for measuring, or drawing wine out of a bowl)
(Greek: soberness, sober; drink no wine)
Word Entries containing the term: “wine
nevus flammeus, port-wine stain
1. A large congenital vascular malformation nevus having a purplish color.

It is usually found on the head and neck and persists throughout life.

2. A large reddish-purple discoloration of the face or neck, usually not elevated above the skin.

It is considered a serious deformity due to its large size and color. In children, these have been treated with the flashlamp-pulsed tunable dye laser.

This entry is located in the following unit: naevus, nevus, nevo-, nev- + (page 2)
Wine and Revelry: Dionysus, Bacchus
Greek: Dionysus (god, also called Bacchus)
Latin: Bacchus; as well as, Liber (god). Liber was also associated with Libera, goddess of the vine.

The god of wine and of an orgiastic religion celebrating the power and fertility of nature, drama, and revelry.

Symbols: ivy, grapes, and leopards or panthers.

This entry is located in the following units: gods and goddesses from Greek and Latin Myths (page 3) vino-, vin-, vini- (page 3)