Chinese -n. Beloved.
Semi-classic white wine grape with the unique distinction of being the most widely planted vine variety in Spain. Highly resistant to drought, it is grown at an extraordinary low vine density per acre as low bushes. Its wines are used for distilling into brandy and also blending with deep-red grape wines to create lighter colored versions. Increasingly popular as a dry, crisp white wine made to be drunk as fresh as possible.
Airen (, literally, "love person") had been the dominant word for "spouse" in mainland China. It was originated during the New Culture Movement in the 1920s. First appearing in poems and love letters, this word was used as a new way to say lover.