intransitive verb Etymology: Latin incantare Date: 1945 recite, utter

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • incant — verb a) To state solemnly, to chant. b) To recite an incantation …   Wiktionary

  • incant — v. chant, sing, intone; recite …   English contemporary dictionary

  • incant — [ɪn kant] verb chant or intone …   English new terms dictionary

  • incant — in·cant …   English syllables

  • incant — ə̇nˈkant, aa(ə)nt transitive verb Etymology: Latin incantare 1. : enchant, charm 2. : to utter by way of incantation incanting garbled ritual to cast a spell …   Useful english dictionary

  • încânta — ÎNCÂNTÁ, încấnt, vb. I. 1. tranz. A produce o stare de bucurie, de mulţumire, de entuziasm, de satisfacţie; a fermeca, a fascina, a vrăji. 2. tranz. şi refl. A (se) amăgi, a (se) înşela, a (se) păcăli. – În + cânta (după fr. enchanter). Trimis de …   Dicționar Român

  • Библиографические коды источников по клинописям — Библиографические коды источников по ассириологии Расшифровка типовых сокращений, используемых в библиографии научных трудов по ассириологии и, в целом, ориенталистике. Приводимые ниже аббревиатуры (иногда слова) выделяются жирным в справочном… …   Википедия

  • en|chant — «ehn CHANT, CHAHNT», transitive verb. 1. to use magic on; put under a spell; bewitch: »The witch had enchanted the princess so that she slept for a month. 2. Figurative. to delight greatly; charm: »The music enchanted us all. Bid me discourse, I… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Christian views on magic — vary widely across denominational and individual barriers, and are often influenced by Biblical, theological, and historical considerations. Some Christians actively condemn any form of magic as Satanic while others simply dismiss it as… …   Wikipedia

  • Doremi Fasol Latido — Studio album by Hawkwind Released November 1972 …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”