LENOS

Etymology

Noun

lenos (plural lenoi)

(historical) A trough used in ancient winemaking.

Anagrams

• Elson, Noles, Olsen, Slone, Solen, enols, noels, noles, nosel, nosle, noëls, solen

Proper noun

Lenos

plural of Leno

Anagrams

• Elson, Noles, Olsen, Slone, Solen, enols, noels, noles, nosel, nosle, noëls, solen

Source: Wiktionary


LENO

Le"no, n. Etym: [Cf. It. leno weak, flexible.]

Definition: A light open cotton fabric used for window curtains.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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