enow

enow

[ih-nou; formerly ih-noh]
adjective, adverb Archaic.

Origin:
before 1050; Middle English inow, Old English genōg (variant of genōh enough), conflated with Middle English inowe, Old English genōge, plural of genōg enough

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enow (ɪˈnaʊ)
 
adj, —adv
an archaic word for enough

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enow
O.E. genoge (pl. adj.); see enough. Until 18c.standard as the plural of enough.
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