Etymology
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Moselle

river in Western Europe, Latin Mosella, literally "Little Meuse," in reference to the longer River Meuse (Latin Mosa), into which it flows. From 1680s as "wine from the valley of the Moselle."

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Definitions of Moselle

Moselle (n.)
German white wine from the Moselle valley or a similar wine made elsewhere;
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