Fascinate
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Fascinate

English

Etymology

From Latin fascin?tus, perfect passive participle of fascin? ("enchant, bewitch, fascinate"), from fascinum ("a phallus-shaped amulet worn around the neck used in Ancient Rome; witchcraft").

Verb

fascinate (third-person singular simple present fascinates, present participle fascinating, simple past and past participle fascinated)

  1. To evoke an intense interest or attraction in someone.
    The flickering TV fascinated the cat.
  2. To make someone hold motionless; to spellbind.
    We were fascinated by the potter's skill.
  3. To be irresistibly charming or attractive to.
    Her gait fascinates all men.

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Italian

Noun

fascinate f

  1. plural of fascinata

Latin

Verb

fascin?te

  1. second-person plural present active imperative of fascin?

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