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muscat (n.)

type of strong and more or less sweet wine, 1570s, from French, from Italian moscato, literally "musky-flavored," from Vulgar Latin *muscatus, from Latin muscus "musk" (see musk). Earlier muscadine (1540s) and compare muscatel.

Muscat

capital of Oman, from Arabic Masqat, said to mean "hidden" (it is isolated from the interior by hills).

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Definitions of muscat from WordNet
1
muscat (n.)
any of several cultivated grapevines that produce sweet white grapes;
Synonyms: muskat
muscat (n.)
wine from muscat grapes;
Synonyms: muscatel / muscadel / muscadelle
muscat (n.)
sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine;
Synonyms: muscatel / muscat grape
2
Muscat (n.)
a port on the Gulf of Oman and capital of the sultanate of Oman;
Synonyms: Masqat / capital of Oman
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