noun (enmit, ies)
- The quality of being an enemy; hostile or unfriendly disposition.
Translations: Etymology: From Old French enemistié (modern inimitié), from Vulgar Latin , from Latin inimicus "enemy".
- 2005, w:Plato, Plato, Sophist. Translation by Lesley Brown. w:Stephanus pagination, 242e.
- : Some later Muses from Ionia and Sicily reckoned it safest to weave together both versions and say that that which is is both many and one, held together by both and amity.
- A state or feeling of opposition, hostility, hatred or animosity.
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