Etymology
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sangria (n.)

cold drink made variously from sweetened and diluted red wine, 1954, from Spanish, literally "a bleeding," from sangre "blood," from Vulgar Latin *sanguem, from Latin sanguis (see sanguinary). The drink so named for its color. Earlier in English as sangre (1736), sangaree.

updated on December 10, 2021

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Definitions of sangria from WordNet

sangria (n.)
sweetened red wine and orange or lemon juice with soda water;
Synonyms: sangaree
Etymologies are not definitions. From wordnet.princeton.edu, not affiliated with etymonline.