- Present participle of infatuate.
Variant of infatuate
transitive verbinfatuated, infatuating
- to make foolish; cause to lose sound judgment
- to inspire with foolish or shallow love or affection
Origin of infatuate; from Classical Latin infatuatus, past participle of infatuare, to make a fool of ; from in-, intensive + fatuus, foolish: see fatuous
a person who is infatuated