œnophile

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See also: oenophile

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

œno- +‎ -phile, from Ancient Greek: οἶνος (oînos, wine) in combination with φίλος (phílos, loving).

Noun[edit]

œnophile (plural œnophiles)

  1. Alternative spelling of oenophile.

French[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek: οἶνος (oînos, wine) in combination with φίλος (phílos, loving).

Noun[edit]

œnophile m, f (plural œnophiles)

  1. oenophile

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