a mildly perfumed toilet water; eau de Cologne.
a city in W Germany.
a perfumed liquid or solid made of fragrant essential oils and alcohol Also called Cologne water, eau de Cologne
an industrial city and river port in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia on the Rhine: important commercially since ancient times; university (1388). Pop: 965 954 (2003 est) German name Köln
1814, Cologne water, loan-translation of French eau de Cologne, literally “water from Cologne,” from the city in Germany (German Köln, from Latin Colonia Agrippina) where it was made, first by Italian chemist Johann Maria Farina, who had settled there in 1709.
City in western Germany on the Rhine River; a commercial center.
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[kol-uh m-bahrd] /ˈkɒl əmˌbɑrd/ noun 1. a dry white wine, made especially in California. 2. the white grape used to make this wine. /ˈkɒləmˌbɑːd/ noun 1. a white grape grown in France, California, and Australia, used for making wine 2. any of various moderately dry, spicy white wines made from this grape
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[kuh-luhm-bee-uh; Spanish kaw-lawm-byah] /kəˈlʌm bi ə; Spanish kɔˈlɔm byɑ/ noun 1. a republic in NW South America. 439,828 sq. mi. (1,139,155 sq. km). Capital: Bogotá. /kəˈlɒmbɪə/ noun 1. a republic in NW South America: inhabited by Chibchas and other Indians before Spanish colonization in the 16th century; independence won by Bolívar in 1819; became the […]