Definition of eyesome in English:

eyesome

(also eesome)

adjective

Regional
rare, poetic
  • Pleasing to the eye; attractive.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Robert Southwell (1561–1595), writer, Jesuit, and martyr. From eye + -some.

Pronunciation

eyesome

/ˈʌɪs(ə)m/