There is enow candy.
- The definition of enow is enough.
An example of enow used as an adjective is in the phrase "enow candy," which means too much candy.
- Enow is defined as enough.
An example of enow used as an adverb is in the phrase "enow intense running," which means an overfill of vigorous running.
- Enow means enough.
An example of enow used as a noun is in the sentence, "I have eaten enow," which means you've had your full.
Origin of enowMiddle English ynoghe, inou from Old English genog, early form of genoh (see enough): considered in Scottish dialect, dialectal as plural
Origin of enowMiddle English variant of enogh ; see enough .
- (archaic) enough
From Middle English, from inow (“alongside”), ynough (“enough”), from Old English ġenōg (cognate with Dutch genoeg, German genug, both 'enough')