Origin of enowMiddle English ynoghe, inou from Old English genog, early form of genoh (see enough): considered in Scottish dialect, dialectal as plural
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 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')