|Jereo koa : Claret|
From Endrika:etyl (Clairet); 16th century British coinage.
The word claret is a British coinage, not a French loanword, hence pronouncing it by analogy with French (dropping the final ‘t’, final stress) is a hyperforeignism; the French term (Clairet) is currently pronounced FIA: /klɛ.ʁɛ/.
- Endrika:chiefly A dry red wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France, or a similar wine made elsewhere.
- A deep purplish-red colour, like that of the wine.
- Of a deep purplish-red colour, like that of claret.
- Paper from the Winemakers’ Federation of Australia on generic wine terminology
- Oxford Companion to Wine – Claret
- mpanao fahatelo singiolary endrika ankehitriny amin'ny endriky ny matoantenin'ny mpanao endrika tsy mahaleotena ny matoanteny claro.