noun Oe·no·ne \ē-ˈnō-nē\

Definition of Oenone

  1. :  a nymph who is abandoned by her husband Paris for Helen of Troy

Origin and Etymology of oenone

Latin, from Greek Oinōnē

First Known Use: 15th century

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