enchanter

[en-chan-ter, -chahn-]
noun
1.
a person who enchants or delights.
2.
a magician; sorcerer.

Origin:
1250–1300; enchant + -er1; replacing Middle English enchantour < Anglo-French; Old French enchanteor < Late Latin incantātor, equivalent to Latin incantā(re) (see incantation) + -tor -tor

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enchant (ɪnˈtʃɑːnt)
 
vb
1.  to cast a spell on; bewitch
2.  to delight or captivate utterly; fascinate; charm
 
[C14: from Old French enchanter, from Latin incantāre to chant a spell, from cantāre to chant, from canere to sing]
 
en'chanter
 
n
 
en'chantress
 
fem n

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enchanter
late 13c., agent noun from enchant or from O.Fr. enchanteor.
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Example sentences
Yet, the powers were there before they were set free by the wand of the enchanter.
No one in the world can possibly care as much as the inmate, the self-enchanter.
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