From be- + heart.
beheart (third-person singular simple present behearts, present participle behearting, simple past and past participle behearted)
- (transitive) To enamour; ravish.
- 1866, Thomas Brooks, Alexander Balloch Grosart, The complete works of Thomas Brooks:
- Thou hast ravished my heart' (or thou hast behearted me, as the Hebrew runs), 'my sister, my spouse ; thou hast ravished my heart with one of thine eyes' […]
1868, George Swinnock, Works:
- Nay, Christ is so taken with it that his heart is ravished and lost with it; he is behearted with it, […]