[ih-nou; formerly ih-noh]
Origin of enow
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Examples from the Web for enow
But truly, I ha' had enow of you today, though I can ill spare your company.The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
“Enow for any Christian woman, Niece, and at the least ten too many,” said Rachel severely.Clare Avery
Emily Sarah Holt
The Spartan, if he made a conquest, had no citizens to hold it; the Oceaner will have enow.The Commonwealth of Oceana
They were enow to set on fire the courage of all true soldiers.
He is attached to the troop I speak of, and has enow to do with the sick there.
- an archaic word for enough
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Word Origin and History for enow
Old English genoge (plural adjective); see enough. Until 18c., regarded as standard as the plural of enough.
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