adjective, adverb Archaic.
Examples from the Web for enow
They were enow to set on fire the courage of all true soldiers.Penshurst Castle|Emma Marshall
Nay, as if there were not real Trifles enow, they now make Trifles of the most serious and valuable Things.
But before the sun set, he found them enow to give him the chase with infinite slaughter.Essays|Francis Bacon
With enow of this the clothing of the noble warriors was busily lined from the neck down to their spurs.
Ye thought it not enow of bitter need, when ye did kill Knight Rudeger, our friend.
British Dictionary definitions for enow
Word Origin and History for enow
Old English genoge (plural adjective); see enough. Until 18c., regarded as standard as the plural of enough.