noun aen·ach \ˈā-nək, -nəḵ\
variants: or


\ˈā-nək, -nəḵ\

Definition of aenach



  1. :  an assembly in ancient Ireland for the promulgation of laws and for athletic contests

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Origin and Etymology of aenach

Irish Gaelic, from Old Irish ōenach, literally, reunion, from ōen one; akin to Old English ān one — more at one

First Known Use: 1768

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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