'vine' can also refer to...

Angus Vine

Carl Vine (b. 1954)

Charles Viner (1678—1756) legal writer and university benefactor

Come, thou monarch of the vine

Frederick John Vine (1939—1988) English geologist

Harold Vinal (1891—1965)

Heartattack And Vine (Tom Waits album)

Highly Evolved (Vines album)

Jacob Viner (1892—1970)

Jaye L. Viner

John Vine Hall (1774—1860) religious writer

Jonah's Gourd Vine

José Viñals

Mr. David Viner

Ricardo Viñes (1875—1943)

Richard Vines (1600—1656) Church of England clergyman

Richard Vines (1598—1651) colonist in America and the West Indies

Stella Vine (b. 1969)

Sydney Howard Vines (1849—1934) botanist

Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933—2005)


white vine

William Letton Viner (1790—1867) organist and composer

wither on the vine


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In Christian iconography, the vine sometimes stands for Jesus Christ, in allusion to John 15:1 and 15:5. A vine is also the emblem of St Vincent of Saragossa.

The word is recorded from Middle English and comes via Old French from Latin vinea ‘vineyard, vine’ from vinum ‘wine’.

See also fruit of the vine.

Subjects: Biblical Studies.

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