Etymology
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infatuation (n.)

1640s, noun of action from infatuate (q.v.), or else from French infatuation or directly from Late Latin infatuationem (nominative infatuatio), from past participle stem of Latin infatuare "make a fool of."

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Definitions of infatuation

infatuation (n.)
a foolish and usually extravagant passion or love or admiration;
infatuation (n.)
temporary love of an adolescent;
Synonyms: puppy love / calf love / crush
infatuation (n.)
an object of extravagant short-lived passion;
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