Examples from the Web for enid
Enid, where the Joneses live and farm on 3,000 acres, sits in the middle part of the state.Oklahoma Farmers Find Ways to Cope While Waiting for Drought to End|Malcolm Jones|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Did it not mean, as a matter of fact, that Flossy had been mistaken, and that Enid was not in the least in love with him?A Life Sentence|Adeline Sergeant
As the hall emptied Paul glanced around him while awaiting Enid.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
Again their eyes met; but, as though the contact of glances embarrassed her, Enid looked away.The Mystics|Katherine Cecil Thurston
British Dictionary definitions for enid
Word Origin and History for enid
fem. proper name, from Middle Welsh eneit, "purity," literally "soul," from PIE *ane-tyo-, from root *ane- "to breathe" (see animus).