noun oe·no·mel \ˈēnəˌmel\

Definition of oenomel



  1. 1 :  an ancient Greek beverage of wine and honey

  2. 2 :  something resembling oenomel memories to my thinking make a better oenomel — Elizabeth B. Browning

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Origin and Etymology of oenomel

Late Latin oenomeli, from Greek oinomeli, from oino- oen- + meli honey — more at mellifluous

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