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Definition of Muscadine

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Muscardin Mus"car*din, n. [F., fr. muscadin a musk-scented lozenge, fr. muscade nutmeg, fr. L. muscus musk. See Muscadel.] (Zo["o]l.) The common European dormouse; -- so named from its odor. [Written also muscadine.]
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Muscadine Mus"ca*dine, n. [See Muscadel.] 1. (Bot.) A name given to several very different kinds of grapes, but in America used chiefly for the scuppernong, or southern fox grape, which is said to be the parent stock of the Catawba. See Grapevine. 2. (Bot.) A fragrant and delicious pear. 3. (Zo["o]l.) See Muscardin. Northern muscadine (Bot.), a derivative of the northern fox grape, and scarcely an improvement upon it. Royal muscadine (Bot.), a European grape of great value. Its berries are large, round, and of a pale amber color. Called also golden chasselas.
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Grapevine Grape"vine`, n. (Bot.) A vine or climbing shrub, of the genus Vitis, having small green flowers and lobed leaves, and bearing the fruit called grapes. Note: The common grapevine of the Old World is Vitis vinifera, and is a native of Central Asia. Another variety is that yielding small seedless grapes commonly called Zante currants. The northern Fox grape of the United States is the V. Labrusca, from which, by cultivation, has come the Isabella variety. The southern Fox grape, or Muscadine, is the V. vulpina. The Frost grape is V. cordifolia, which has very fragrant flowers, and ripens after the early frosts.

Meaning of Muscadine from wikipedia

- Vitis rotundifolia, or muscadine, is a grapevine species native to the southeastern and south-central United States. The growth range extends from Florida...
- Muscadine is an unincorporated community in Cleburne County, Alabama, United States. It is near the Alabama-Georgia state line. Muscadine is 2.75 miles...
- Beauveria b****iana is a fungus that grows naturally in soils throughout the world and acts as a parasite on various arthropod species, causing white muscardine...
- The scuppernong is a large variety of muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia), a species of grape native to the Southern United States. It is usually a greenish...
- entire Eastern United States and north to Quebec. Vitis rotundifolia (the muscadine), used for jams and wine, is native to the Southeastern United States...
- The muscadine darter (Percina smithvanizi) is a small freshwater species of freshwater ray-finned fish, a darter from the subfamily Etheostomatinae, part...
- Ch****elas or Ch****elas blanc is a wine grape variety grown mainly in Switzerland, France, Germany, Portugal, Hungary, Romania, New Zealand, Croatia and...
- three commercial wineries in Mississippi focus almost entirely on the Muscadine grape, a variety also used for non-alcoholic grape juices, jams, and jellies...
- Janebell (grape) Janet (grape) Jumbo (grape) Late Fry Magnolia (grape) Muscadine Nesbit (grape) Noble Pam (grape) Pineapple (grape) Scarlet (grape) Scuppernong...
- United States. Vitis rotundifolia (syn. Muscadinia rotundifolia), the muscadine, used for jams and wine. Native to the Southeastern United States from...