- French: encens
- German: Weihrauch, Räuchwerk (archaic)
- Italian: incenso, olibano
- Portuguese: incenso
- Russian: ла́дан
- Spanish: incienso, sahumerio, sahumo
incense (incenses, present participle incensing; past and past participle incensed)
- (transitive) To anger or infuriate.
- I think it would incense him to learn the truth.
- (archaic) To incite, stimulate.
- (transitive) To offer incense to.
- (transitive) To perfume with, or as with, incense.
- Incensed with wanton sweetes.
- 1837 Thomas Carlyle, The French Revolution: A History
- Neither, for the future, shall any man or woman, self-styled noble, be incensed, — foolishly fumigated with incense, in Church; as the wont has been.
- (obsolete) To set on fire; to inflame; to kindle; to burn.
- Twelve Trojan princes wait on thee, and labour to incense / Thy glorious heap of funeral.
- Russian: серди́ть