enow
adverb or adjective Etymology: Middle English inow, from Old English genōg Date: before 12th century archaic enough

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Enow — E*now A form of {Enough}. [Archaic] Shak. [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enow — O.E. genoge (pl. adj.); see ENOUGH (Cf. enough). Until 18c., regarded as standard as the plural of enough …   Etymology dictionary

  • enow — [ē nou′, inou′; ēnō′, inō′] adj., n., adv. [ME ynoghe, inou < OE genog, early form of genoh (see ENOUGH): considered in Scot dial. as pl.] Archaic enough …   English World dictionary

  • enow — /i now /; formerly /i noh /, adj., adv. Archaic. enough. [bef. 1050; ME inow, OE genog (var. of GENOH ENOUGH), conflated with ME inowe, OE genoge, pl. of GENOG ENOUGH] * * * …   Universalium

  • enow — 1. adjective enough 2. adverb enough …   Wiktionary

  • enow — Cleveland Dialect List for the present …   English dialects glossary

  • enow — enough Forthright s Forsoothery …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • enow — adj. (Archaic) sufficient, adequate adv. quite, sufficiently, fairly n. adequate amount, sufficient degree …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enow — e•now [[t]ɪˈnaʊ, ɪˈnoʊ[/t]] adj. adv. archaic enough • Etymology: bef. 1050; ME inow, OE genōg …   From formal English to slang

  • enow — I. ə̇ˈnau̇, ēˈnau̇; after t, d(.), s, z, “ or ənˈau̇ adverb (or adjective) Etymology: Middle English inow, ynow, inowe, ynowe, partly from Old English genōg, adjective & adverb and partly from Old English genōge, plural of genōg, adjective… …   Useful english dictionary

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