pronunciation: IPA: ɪnˈtʃɑːntɪɳ  

Translations into Latin:

  • delenificus   
    (adjective   )
  • delinificus   
    (adjective   )
  • lepidus   
    (adjective, adjective (2-1-2)   )

Other meanings:

 
having the ability to enchant
 
Having the ability to enchant; charming, delightful.
 
Present participle of enchant.
 
Capable of arousing desire.

Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (7)

enchantlarvo; defigo; decanto; devoveo; canto; excanto; fascino; incanto
enchantedvenenatus
enchanterincantator; veneficus; fascinator; maleficus; magus
enchantmentincantatio; incentio; defixio; incensatio; magia; fascinum; maleficium
free from an evil charm|spell|enchantmentdelustro
that uses incantations|enchantmentscantatrix
use enchantmentscanto

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Example sentences with "enchanting", translation memory

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"Then on the accuser asking her whether she had sold her bridal presents or stript her neck of its ornaments to raise money for the performance of magical rites, she at first flung herself on the ground and wept long in silence. After awhile, clasping the altar steps and altar, she exclaimed, ""I have invoked no impious deities, no enchantments, nor aught else in my unhappy prayers, but only that thou, Caesar, and you, senators, might preserve unharmed this best of fathers."Tum interrogante accusatore an cultus dotalis, an detractum cervici monile venum dedisset, quo pecuniam faciendis magicis sacris contraheret, primum strata humi longoque fletu et silentio, post altaria et aram complexa 'nullos' inquit impios deos, nullas devotiones, nec aliud infelicibus precibus invocavi quam ut hunc optimum patrem tu, Caesar, vos, patres, servaretis incolumem.
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