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wine & wool : secondary products revolution 4000BC

𓃀 𓈖 𓇋 𓏲 𓏌 𓏥 date-wine
𓃀 𓈖 𓇋 𓏲 𓇜 𓏌 𓏥 | date-wine | Bien > Wein !
𓃀 𓇜 𓈖 | sweet, pleasant | bien / bon / bene @ Bienen bee 𓆤 ⇔ honey

𐀸-𐀋-𐀸 we-je-we υἱήν vinve vines •description of plant or tree probably 'vine-shoots' ⇔ υἱήν τὴν ἄμπελον
𐀺-𐀙-𐀯 wo-na-si vine… •'in the vineyards'? ⇔ οἰνἀδες ἀμπελὠδεις τόποι dative-locative plural
𐀺-𐀜-𐀷-𐀴-𐀯 wo-no-wa-ti-si vine… winegarden
𐀢-𐀲-𐀪-𐀊 pu-ta-ri-ja Planterei •'orchard vineyard' ⇔ φυταλιή

𐀨-𐀏 ra-ka ῥάξ rhṓx berry (also seed of peony clove of garlic etc.); ⇔ ῥάξ ῥάματα (rhámata, “bunch of grapes”, as well as of Latin racēmus “bunch of grapes”, Sanskrit रजनी (rajanī, “grape, lac”, Persian رز (raz, “vine” and Albanian rrush “grape”.

The earliest evidence of a grape-based fermented drink was found in China (c. 7000 BC), true wine (Vitis vinifera) Georgia from 6000 BC,[21][22][23] Iran from 5000 BC,[6] and Sicily from 4000 BC.[8]

The earliest evidence of a wine production facility is the Areni-1 winery in Armenia and is at least 6100 years old, at the Arpa River (𓇋𓂋𓊪𓏊). (together with oldest leather shoe: Ötzi+200)

wine/vine *ɣwin gewinde *ɣun- ('to bend') gon 𓐝 ⇔ gyr:krumm 𓎛𓄿𓈗!

All these theories place the origin of the word in the same geographical location, Trans-Caucasia, that has been established based on archeological and biomolecular studies as the origin of viticulture.

wine @ Pian : Kaspian/Kurbain/UrBan/Van … river/region Semitic (*wayn; Hebrew יין [jaiin])

𓋴 𓏌 𓎸 | wine of Pelusium | saraph : sirup@caraffe

𓆓 𓋴 𓂋 chagyr (Caucasian) ⇔ 𓎛𓄿𓈗 :
𓎛 𓄿 𓈗||(type of) wine|Herb derb scHerb śarap: slurp / ŝ-r-p @ Semitic = drink dreh 𓎛𓄿
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓇭||wine @ yard
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓏉||wine|färbh, ripe, Rebe / ƒirp, sirup @ Arab ++
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓏊 𓏥||wine|şarap ⇔ Karaffe !! / irvine / fairbene ⲛⲉϩⲃⲁⲗ
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓏉||wine|𓆅hirp: Herb, färbh, ripe, Rebe [email protected] ++ ş[email protected][email protected]
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓏉||wine| ⇔ 𐀕𐀶𐀺 𐄀 𐀚𐀺 "in-mouth-of" !? 𐀚𐀺 newo:new-wine !?
𓐝 𓏤||form, shape| ⇔ 𓆣 sarap = wine!!
𓋴 𓏌 𓎸||wine| ŝurb: ŝ-r-p @ Semitic = drink (of Pelusium)
𓎛 𓄿 𓈗||(type of) wine|Herb scHerb śarap: slurp / ŝ-r-p @ Semitic = drink
𓎛 𓄿 𓇋 𓇋 𓋳||be naked| ⇔ gym ⇔ gvine ⇔ nabiidh = ver¬bieten! ⲛⲉϩⲃⲁⲗ ↔ ⲛⲉϩⲃⲏⲗ haram⇔Hai(ked)
𓆓 𓋴 𓂋 𓅱 𓂡 𓏥||privacy|‘Djoseru‘ / shgren: secret ⇔ German Armenian Georgian = wine homeland
𓆓 𓋴 𓂋 𓏏 𓂦 𓌀 𓏏 𓏏 𓏌||milky wine?|sirup⋍Ssirt shagr:Sacred? sugar?
𓐝 𓏏 𓎸||wine of Imt| ⇔
𓇋 𓅓 𓏏 𓎸||wine of Imt| ferment! ≠ mint
𓇋 𓂋 𓊪 𓇭||jó-bor[on] @ Hungarian

ⲉϩⲣⲱⲧ ↔ ϩⲣⲱⲧ wine
ⲏⲣⲡ , ϣⲍ ⲁϣ pl. m. wine : herb⇔irp
ⲉⲣ'ⲏⲣⲡ become wine : fair herb
ⲥⲁⲩ ⲏⲣⲡ wine drinker ⋍ Säu-fer

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The English word "wine" comes from the Proto-Germanic *winam, an early borrowing from the Latin vinum, "wine" or "(grape) vine", itself derived from the Proto-Indo-European stem *win-o- (cf. Armenian: գինի, gini; Ancient Greek: οἶνος oinos; Aeolic Greek: ϝοῖνος woinos; Hittite: wiyana; Lycian: oino).[37][38][39] The earliest attested terms referring to wine are the Mycenaean Greek 𐀕𐀶𐀺𐄀𐀚𐀺 me-tu-wo ne-wo (*μέθυϝος νέϝῳ),[40][41] meaning "in (the month)" or "(festival) of the new wine", and 𐀺𐀜𐀷𐀴𐀯 wo-no-wa-ti-si,[42] meaning "wine garden", written in Linear B inscriptions.[43][44][45][46] Linear B also includes, inter alia, an ideogram for wine, i.e. 𐂖.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shedeh egyptian red grape wine