Methusalem is a term for a wine bottle size in champagne. It holds six liters, which is nearly 1.6 U.S. gallons.
The methusalem (or methusalah) bottle has the shape of a burgundy wine bottle, that is, from its cylindrical bottom it tapers gently (doesn't have "shoulders" as a bordeaux wine bottle does) to its top.
by Murrax June 02, 2007
A build of FreeDOS. We spent a long time trying to figure out what it meant. It's probably a misspelling and should really be Methusaleh whom is that 968 year old biblical guy.
by Josh July 12, 2004