SYRAH

Etymology

Noun

syrah (countable and uncountable, plural syrahs)

A dark-skinned variety of grape, used to produce red wines.

A wine produced from this variety of grape.

Synonyms

• shiraz

Anagrams

• rashy

Etymology

Noun

Syrah (uncountable)

A variety of black grape used to make wine.

A wine made from these grapes.

Synonyms

• Shiraz

Anagrams

• rashy

Source: Wiktionary



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