[oi-nok-oh-ee] /ɔɪˈnɒk oʊˌi/
noun, plural oinochoes, oinochoai
[oi-nok-oh-ahy] /ɔɪˈnɒk oʊˌaɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity.
a wine pitcher or jug, characterized by a curved handle extending from the lip to the shoulder, and a round or trefoil mouth.
noun divination by wine; also written oenomancy See oenomancy Word Origin oenos ‘wine’
[oint-muh nt] /ˈɔɪnt mənt/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a soft, unctuous preparation, often medicated, for application to the skin; unguent. /ˈɔɪntmənt/ noun 1. a fatty or oily medicated formulation applied to the skin to heal or protect 2. a similar substance used as a cosmetic n. late 13c., from Old French oignement “ointment, salve, unguent,” from […]
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