[en-ter-teyn-muh nt] /ˌɛn tərˈteɪn mənt/
the act of ; agreeable occupation for the mind; diversion; amusement:
Solving the daily crossword puzzle is an entertainment for many.
something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement, especially a performance of some kind:
The highlight of the ball was an elaborate entertainment.
hospitable provision for the needs and wants of guests.
a divertingly adventurous, comic, or picaresque novel.
Obsolete. maintenance in service.
the act or art of entertaining or state of being entertained
an act, production, etc, that entertains; diversion; amusement
1530s, “provision for support of a retainer; manner of social behavior,” now obsolete, along with other 16c. senses; from entertain + -ment. Meaning “the amusement of someone” is from 1610s; “that which entertains” is from 1650s; “public performance or display meant to amuse” is from 1727.
[en-thal-pee, en-thal-] /ˈɛn θæl pi, ɛnˈθæl-/ noun, plural enthalpies. Thermodynamics. 1. a quantity associated with a thermodynamic system, expressed as the internal energy of a system plus the product of the pressure and volume of the system, having the property that during an isobaric process, the change in the quantity is equal to the heat […]
noun any substance, such as a plant or drug, taken to bring on a spiritual experience Examples Entheogen is supposed to be a kinder term than hallucinogen or psychedelic. Word Origin lit. ‘generating the divine within’ Usage Note entheogenic adj
noun a passion for divine inspiration Word Origin Latin entheos ‘divinely inspired’
enthesitis en·the·si·tis (ěn’thĭ-sī’tĭs) n. Traumatic disease occurring at the point of attachment of skeletal muscles to bone, where recurring stress causes inflammation and often fibrosis and calcification.