In Greek mythology, the name Enyeus (Ἐνυεύς) may refer to:
- Enyeus, a king of the island Skyros, which had been assigned to him by Rhadamanthys under whose command he served. According to scholia on the Iliad, he was a son of Dionysus and Ariadne. In the Iliad itself, his kingdom is said to have been invaded by Achilles.
- Enyeus, a defender of Troy killed by Ajax the Great.
- Enyeus, a warrior who fought and fell in the war of Seven Against Thebes.
- Enyeus, father of the Delphian prophetess Homoloia.
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