smitten

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Etymology[edit]

Old English verb smittian "to pollute", cognate with German schmitzen, to pollute, and through Middle Low German with Danish smitte, to infect.

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smitten ‎(comparative more smitten, superlative most smitten)

  1. Made irrationally enthusiastic.
    I was really smitten by the color combination, and soon repainted the entire house.
  2. In love.
    He was totally smitten by the librarian.
    That won't do. For you to be smitten with me.
    Who'd be smitten over a bird?

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smitten

  1. past participle of smite

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