I echo hindenbergbaby's welcome to the world of dependencies, sometimes referred to as 'dependency hell'. Some distros have sites you can search and download from, but I don't use Suse, perhaps if someone knows of a Suse specific site or tool or whatever they can post.
Two general rpm find type site are http://rpmfind.net
and there may be others. If I copy and paste libenchant.so.1 into the search box at pbone, it returns a hit I can download. Try it.
Once you've got it downloaded, there may be a handy Suse rpm installer that checks for dependencies (again, don't know as I don't know Suse). Otherwise from the command line cd to the directory you downloaded to and do
rpm -i <filename>
(where filename is, obviously, the name of the file you downloaded).
If you go the command line route there may be other dependencies which may also have dependencies, yea, verily, back through the generations. This is one of the least pleasant parts of using Linux and one of the reason some distros work on providing tools which do dependency checking. You'll notice in particular that Debian users are very smug about their apt-get
Fortunately you don't have to guess dependencies, the basic rpm tool will tell you wha t you need, it's just not automatic.