eunys

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Irish oíbnius (pleasure, enjoyment) (compare Scottish Gaelic and Irish aoibhneas), from Old Irish oíbind (pleasant, agreeable, delightful) (compare Scottish Gaelic and Irish aoibhinn).

Noun[edit]

eunys m (genitive singular eunys, no plural)

  1. pleasure, rapture, joy, bliss, delight

Derived terms[edit]