a mixture of honey and water that becomes mead when fermented
Origin of hydromelMiddle English ydromel (prob. via Old French ydromelle) ; from Classical Latin hydromeli ; from Classical Greek ; from hyd?r, water + meli, honey: see mildew
A mixture of water and honey that becomes mead when fermented.
Origin of hydromelMiddle English ydromel, from Old French, from Latin hydromeli, from Greek hudromeli : hudro-, hydro- + meli, honey; see melit- in Indo-European roots.