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tokay

See also: tokaý

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EtymologyEdit

From Hungarian tokaji (of Tokay), from Tokaj (placename) + -i (originating from).

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tokay (plural tokays)

  1. A variety of grape grown in eastern Hungary and in eastern Slovakia.
  2. A variety of white wines made from this grape.
    • 2009 February 25, Eric Asimov, “Asian Fusion, via the Wine List”, New York Times:
      It was made from the furmint grape, which is better known in Hungary’s lusciously sweet tokays, but this was delicate, floral and just right with a tart chicken curry dish.

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tokay

  1. (slang) excrement, feces, dung