Etymology
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vino (n.)

"inferior wine," 1919, colloquial, from the Italian and Spanish word for "wine," from Latin vinum (see vine (n.)). Earlier (by 1902) as the name of a native drink in the Philippines.

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Definitions of vino

vino (n.)
fermented juice (of grapes especially);
Synonyms: wine
From wordnet.princeton.edu