enew

transitive verb

Definition of enew

-ed/-ing/-s

obsolete, of a hawk

  1. :  to drive or plunge (a fowl) into the water

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Origin and Etymology of enew

Middle English enewen, from Anglo-French enewer to moisten, from Old French en- 1en- + ewe, eve, aigue water (from Latin aqua)


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