Demijohn

• (n.) A glass vessel or bottle with a large body and small neck, inclosed in wickerwork.
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demijohn

noun large bottle with a short narrow neck; often has small handles at neck and is enclosed in wickerwork
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Demijohn

Dem'i¬∑john noun [ French dame- jeanne , i.e., Lady Jane, a corruption of Arabic damajāna , damjāna , probably from Damaghan a town in the Persian province of Khorassan, once famous for its glass works.] A glass vessel or bottle with a large body and small neck,...
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Demijohn

A large-bodied, small-mouthed, long-necked wine bottle, usually covered with wicker, used to store wine or as a secondary fermentation vessel. Demijohns come in many sizes, including 5-, 10-, 15-, 20-, and 25-gallon (Imperial).
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demijohn

In England but also in other countries common name (also Demijon, Demi John, Demingnon, Lady Jane) for a carboy (Demijohn). The name is a corruption of Lady Jeanne (see there the name meaning), which is Italian counterpart Damigiana, the Argentine Damajuana, Such vessels with a volume of 45 liters were / are used in Portugal and Spain for the matur...
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demijohn

large bottle having a wicker case
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demijohn

[n] - large bottle with a short narrow neck
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