Envyned to Ephippial
(En*vyned") a. [OF. enviner to store with wine; pref. en- (L. in) + vin wine. See Vine.] Stored
or furnished with wine. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(En*wall") v. t. See Inwall. Sir P. Sidney.
(En*wal"low) v. t. To plunge into, or roll in, flith; to wallow.
So now all three one senseless lump remain,Spenser.
Enwallowed in his own black bloody gore.
(En*wheel") v. t. To encircle. Shak.
(En*wid"en) v. t. To widen. [Obs.]
(En*wind") v. t. To wind about; to encircle.
In the circle of his armsTennyson.
Enwound us both.
(En*wom"an) v. t. To endow with the qualities of a woman. [R.] Daniel.
(En*womb") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Enwombed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Enwombing.]
1. To conceive in the womb. [Obs.] Spenser.
2. To bury, as it were in a womb; to hide, as in a gulf, pit, or cavern. Donne.
(En*wrap") v. t. To envelop. See Inwrap.
(En*wrap"ment) n. Act of enwrapping; a wrapping or an envelope. Shuckford.
(En*wreathe") v. t. See Inwreathe. Shelton.
(En`zo*öt"ic) a. [Gr. 'en in + zw^,on an animal: cf. F. enzoötique.] Afflicting animals; used of
a disease affecting the animals of a district. It corresponds to an endemic disease among men.
(En"zyme) n. [Pref. en- (Gr. 'en in) + Gr. zy`mh leaven.] (Physiol. Chem.) An unorganized
or unformed ferment, in distinction from an organized or living ferment; a soluble, or chemical, ferment.
Ptyalin, pepsin, diastase, and rennet are good examples of enzymes.
(E"o*cene) a. [Gr. daybreak, dawn + new, recent.] (Geol.) Pertaining to the first in time of the
three subdivisions into which the Tertiary formation is divided by geologists, and alluding to the approximation
in its life to that of the present era; as, Eocene deposits. n. The Eocene formation. Lyell.
(E*o"li*an) a. [See Æolian.]
2. (Geol.) Formed, or deposited, by the action of wind, as dunes.
Eolian attachment, Eolian harp. See Æolian.
(E*ol"ic) a. & n. See Æolic.
(E*ol"i*pile) n. [Cf. F. éolipyle.] Same as Æolipile.
(E"o*lis) n. [L. Aeolis a daughter of Æolus, Gr. A'ioli`s.] (Zoöl.) A genus of nudibranch mollusks
having clusters of branchial papillæ along the back. See Ceratobranchia. [Written also Æolis.]