[ih-noh-sis, ee-noh-; Greek e-naw-sees] /ɪˈnoʊ sɪs, iˈnoʊ-; Greek ˈɛ nɔ sis/
noun, (sometimes initial capital letter)
a movement for securing the political union of Greece and Cyprus.
the union of Greece and Cyprus: the aim of a group of Greek Cypriots
a movement to bring about the political unification of Greece and Cyprus
enostosis en·os·to·sis (ěn’ŏ-stō’sĭs) n. pl. en·os·to·ses (-sēz) A mass of proliferating bone tissue within a bone.
- Enough is enough
interjection An exhortation to be done, to desist: More than a few descendants of immigrants are saying enough is enough (1546+) One should be satisfied; stop, there should be no more. For example, No more speeches—enough is enough, or as Robert Southey put it (The Doctor, 1834): “As for money, enough is enough; no man […]
[ih-nuhf] /ɪˈnʌf/ adjective 1. adequate for the want or need; sufficient for the purpose or to satisfy desire: enough water; noise enough to wake the dead. pronoun 2. an adequate quantity or number; sufficiency. adverb 3. in a quantity or degree that answers a purpose or satisfies a need or desire; sufficiently. 4. fully or […]
- Enough said
Say no more; also, I agree completely. For example, She didn’t even bother to call—enough said? or You’ll bring the wine—enough said. [ Mid-1800s ]