[ih-nam-er] /ɪˈnæm ər/
verb (used with object)
to fill or inflame with love (usually used in the passive and followed by of or sometimes with):
to be enamored of a certain lady; a brilliant woman with whom he became enamored.
to charm or captivate.
c.1300, from Old French enamorer “to fall in love with; to inspire love (12c., Modern French enamourer), from en-, causative prefix (see en- (1)), + amour “love,” from amare “to love” (see Amy). An equivalent formation to Provençal, Spanish, Portuguese enamorar, Italian innamorare.
enanthem en·an·them (ĭ-nān’thəm) or en·an·the·ma (ěn’ān-thē’mə) n. A mucous membrane eruption, especially one occurring in connection with one of the exanthemas. en’an·them’a·tous (-thěm’ə-təs, -thē’mə-təs) adj.
enanthesis en·an·the·sis (ěn’ān-thē’sĭs) n. The skin eruption associated with a general disease, such as scarlatina.
1. a combining form meaning “opposite,” “opposing,” used in the formation of compound words: enantiomorph.
noun See contranym