Webster's 1828 Dictionary

RAP'TURE, noun [Latin raptus, rapio.]

1. A seizing by violence. [Little used.]

2. Transport; ecstasy; violence of a pleasing passion; extreme joy or pleasure.

Music when thus applied, raises in the mind of the hearer great conceptions; it strengthens devotion and advances praise into rapture

3. Rapidity with violence; a hurrying along with velocity; as rolling with torrent rapture

4. Enthusiasm; uncommon heat of imagination.

You grow correct, that once with rapture writ.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

RAP'TURED, adjective Ravished; transported.

[But enraptured is generally used.]