Pronunciation: (en-fōld'),[key] —v.t. 1. to wrap up; envelop: to enfold someone in a cloak. 2. to surround as if with folds: He wished to enfold her in the warmth of his love. What happened is enfolded in mystery. 3. to hug or clasp; embrace: She enfolded him in her arms. 4. to form into a fold or folds: The material of the skirt had been enfolded to form a loose, graceful drape.Also,infold.