A beverage made of wine, water, sugar, nutmeg, and lemon juice; -- so called, it is said, from its first maker, Colonel Negus.
A hot, sweet drink, with or without spices. Port or sherry traditional. Named after colonel Francis Negus, an eighteenth-century English luminary.
wine and hot water with sugar and lemon juice and nutmeg
A punch-like combination containing a wine, such as port, heated with spices and sweetened.
Negus is the name of a drink made of wine, most commonly port, mixed with hot water, spiced and sugared.