Etymology
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grenadine (n.)

"syrup made from pomegranates," 1896, from French sirop de grenadin from grenade "pomegranate" (see pomegranate). The type of thin silk fabric, so called from 1851, probably is from Grenada.

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Definitions of grenadine

grenadine (n.)
thin syrup made from pomegranate juice; used in mixed drinks;
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