Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is wrong because the word comes from the word enemy (with the suffix -ity), which points to spelling it as enmity. The word was known in Middle English (enemite). The mistake emnity may be caused by mn being a popular sound (as in column or gymnastics).

Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: the correct form, enmity comes from the words enemy and suffix -ity. The form was known in Middle English (enemite); middle e has probably been thrown out eventually due to pronunciation. Emnity seems to be used instinctively due to common mn sound (for example gymnastics, solemn, firmness, etc.). That’s why it might be mistaken, however the correct spelling in this case in enmity.

Definition of enmity:
noun, a state or feeling of hostility or bad will
Enmity is used in the Bible to show the separation from God.
There is a visible enmity between these two tribes.