Definition of oenomel in US English:

oenomel

noun

  • Poetic. Something (especially thought, language, etc.) in which strength and sweetness are combined.

Origin

Mid 16th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin oenomeli a drink consisting of wine mixed with honey from Hellenistic Greek οἰνόμελι from ancient Greek οἰνο- + μέλι honey.

Pronunciation

oenomel

/ˈiːnə(ʊ)mɛl/