Definition of Mavrud in English:

Mavrud

(also Mavroud, Mavroude)

noun

  • A variety of black grape grown in Bulgaria and the Balkans; the deep red wine made from this grape.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Wine & Spirit Trade Review. From Bulgarian Mavrud from modern Greek μαυρούδι from Hellenistic Greek μαῦρος black, dark + -ούδι, diminutive suffix.

Pronunciation

Mavrud

/mavˈruːd/