2. Verb. To recite an incantation. ¹
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Definition of Incant
1. to utter ritually [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incant
Literary usage of Incant
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Renaissance in Italy: The Fine Arts by John Addington Symonds (1906)
"2 See especially the exordium to cap. viii. 3 Ritter, Geschichte der christlichen Philosophic, part vp 42C. quoted by Florentine, op. cit. ' De incant. cup. ..."
2. Celtic Studies: from the German of Dr. Hermann Ebel: With an Introduction on by Hermann Wilhelm Ebel, William Kirby Sullivan (1863)
"raC incant. Sg.!3° II. SERIES. NOM—Mase. : da mod, (two moods) Sg. 138b. DAT.—Neut. ... (ply the two fingers), incant. Sg. i III. SERIES. NOM. ..."
3. The Atlantis by Dublin University College (1862)
"GEN. and DAT.—Gen. and dat. are not met. incant. Sg.7i Ace Mase, or Neut. ... (ply the two fingers), incant. Sg. Neut. ..."
4. Studies in Magic from Latin Literature by Eugene Tavenner (1916)
"417, a passage which Heim (incant. Mag. 512) has elucidated. More specific is the evidence for Pallor, Pavor (Livy, 1, 27, 7; Lactantius, 1, 20, 11), ..."