- any of several sweet European grapes used in making muscatel and raisins
- muscatel (sense )
Origin of muscatFrench ; from ProvenÃ§al ; from Italian moscato, musk, wine, literally , having the smell or flavor of musk ; from Late Latin muscus, musk
capital of Oman: seaport on the Gulf of Oman: pop. 41,000
- Any of various fragrant white, red, or black grapes, used for making wine or raisins.
- Muscatel wine.
Origin of muscatFrench, from Old French, from Old Provençal *muscat, from musc, musk, from Late Latin muscus; see musk.
The capital of Oman, in the northern part of the country on the Gulf of Oman. Held by Portugal from 1508 to 1650, it became the capital of Oman in 1741.
From French muscat.
- The capital city of Oman.