[ee-nol-uh-jee] /iˈnɒl ə dʒi/
the science of viniculture.
the study of wine
1827, from oeno- “wine” + -logy. Related: Oenological; oenologist.
noun divination by wine; also written oinomancy See oinomancy Word Origin oenos ‘wine’
[ee-nuh-mel, en-uh-] /ˈi nəˌmɛl, ˈɛn ə-/ noun 1. a drink made of wine mixed with honey. 2. something combining strength with sweetness. /ˈiːnəˌmɛl/ noun 1. a drink made of wine and honey 2. (literary) a source of strength and sweetness
[ee-noh-nee] /iˈnoʊ ni/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a nymph of Mount Ida who was the wife of Paris, but was deserted by him for Helen. /iːˈnəʊnɪ/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a nymph of Mount Ida, whose lover Paris left her for Helen
[ee-nuh-fahyl] /ˈi nəˌfaɪl/ noun 1. a person who enjoys wines, usually as a connoisseur. /ˈiːnəˌfaɪl/ noun 1. a lover or connoisseur of wines n. 1930 (as an adjective 1900), probably from French oenophile, from Greek oinos “wine” (see wine) + -phile.