Main Entry: 1enam=B7el
from websters dictionary…
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French enamailler, from en- + esmai=
enamel, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German smelzan to melt
1 : to cover, inlay, or decorate with enamel
2 : to beautify with a colorful surface
3 : to form a glossy surface on (as paper, leather, or cloth)
1 A vitreous, usually opaque, protective or decorative coating baked on=
metal, glass, or ceramic ware.
2 An object having such a coating, as in a piece of cloisonn=E9.
3 A coating that dries to a hard glossy finish: nail enamel.
4 A paint that dries to a hard glossy finish.
5 Anatomy. The hard, calcareous substance covering the exposed portion of=
tr.v. e=B7nam=B7eled, or e=B7nam=B7elled e=B7nam=B7el=B7ing, or e=B7nam=B7=
el=B7ling e=B7nam=B7els or
1 To coat, inlay, or decorate with enamel.
2 To give a glossy or brilliant surface to.
3 To adorn with a brightly colored surface.