[verb en-er-veyt; adjective ih-nur-vit] /verb ˈɛn ərˌveɪt; adjective ɪˈnɜr vɪt/
verb (used with object), enervated, enervating.
to deprive of force or strength; destroy the vigor of; weaken.
Synonyms: enfeeble, debilitate, sap, exhaust.
(transitive) to deprive of strength or vitality; weaken physically or mentally; debilitate
deprived of strength or vitality; weakened
early 15c., from Middle French énervation, from Late Latin enervationem (nominative enervatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin enervare “weaken,” literally “cut the sinews of,” from ex- “out” (see ex-) + nervus “sinew” (see nerve). Figurative sense is from 1550s.
c.1600, from Latin enervatus, past participle of enervare “to weaken” (see enervation). Related: Ennervated; ennervating.
enervate en·er·vate (ěn’ər-vāt’)
v. en·er·vat·ed, en·er·vat·ing, en·er·vates
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