Bunch of Grapes


Bunch of Grapes

Bunch of Grapes


GRAPEnoun [This word is from the root of grab, gripe, and signifies primarily a cluster or bunch.]

1. Properly, a cluster of the fruit of the vine; but with us, a single berry of the vine; the fruit from which wine is made by expression and fermentation.

2. In the manege, grapes signifies mangy tumors on the legs of a horse.



 Webster’s Dictionary, 1828 Version

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