‘Time enough’. Used to express or assert that something can (or should) be postponed, or that there is no need to hurry.
Characterized by a tendency to postpone things or not hurry, especially (in early use) as a result of an (overly) cautious or conservative nature; procrastinating.
A tendency to postpone things or not hurry; procrastination.
Mid 19th century. From Manx traa dy liooar time enough, plenty of time from traa time (Early Irish tráth period of time, point in time, canonical hour, of uncertain origin) + dy liooar, cognate with or formed similarly to Irish go leór enough (Early Irish co lór).