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en- +‎ fame

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enfame (third-person singular simple present enfames, present participle enfaming, simple past and past participle enfamed)

  1. (archaic) to make famous
    • 1880, Richard Burton (translator), The Lusiads:
      Him, for his exploits exc'ellent to reward, God gave in shortest space a gallant son, whose arm to 'noble and enfame was fain the warlike name of Lusitania's reign.