AskDefine | Define enchanted

Dictionary Definition

enchanted adj : influenced as by charms or incantations [ant: disenchanted]

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English

Pronunciation

Verb

enchanted
  1. past of enchanted

Adjective

  1. Under the influence of enchantment.

Translations

Extensive Definition

Enchanted means the state of being under a spell or incantation. The word is derived from the Latin incantare, which means 'to utter an incantation', or cast a magic spell, with deep linguistic roots going back to the Indo-European kan- prefix. It It may also refer to:
enchanted in Portuguese: Encantada

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

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