[ ee-nuh-mel, en-uh- ]
/ ˈi nəˌmɛl, ˈɛn ə- /
a drink made of wine mixed with honey.
something combining strength with sweetness.
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Origin of oenomel
1565–75; <Late Latin oenomeli<Greek oinómeli, equivalent to oîno(s) wine + méli honey
Words nearby oenomel
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Example sentences from the Web for oenomel
For the coffee—thank you, indeed thank you, but nothing after the 'oenomel' and before half past six.The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846|Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
British Dictionary definitions for oenomel
/ (ˈiːnəˌmɛl) /
a drink made of wine and honey
literary a source of strength and sweetness
Word Origin for oenomel
C16: via Latin from Greek oinos wine + meli honey
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