malison

  • 1 Malison — Mal i*son, n. [OF. maleicon, L. maledictio. See {Malediction}, and cf. {Benison}.] Malediction; curse; execration. [Poetic] [1913 Webster] God s malison on his head who this gainsays. Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 malison — index imprecation, malediction Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 malison — a curse, mid 13c., from O.Fr. maleiçon curse, from L. maledictionem (see MALEDICTION (Cf. malediction)) …

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  • 4 malison — [mal′ə zən, mal′əsən] n. [ME < OFr maleison < L maledictio: see MALEDICTION] Archaic a curse …

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  • 5 malison — noun /ˈmælɪzən,ˈmælɪsən/ A curse. , 1819: “A hide of land I give to thee in my steads of Walbrugham, from me and mine to thee and thine aye and for ever; and God’s malison on his head who this gainsays!” Walter Scott, Ivanhoe Ant: benison …

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  • 6 malison — maleson, or malison /mslasan/°zan/ A curse …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 7 malison — maleson, or malison /mslasan/°zan/ A curse …

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  • 8 malison — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French maleiçun, from Late Latin malediction , maledictio Date: 13th century curse, malediction …

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  • 9 malison — /mal euh zeuhn, seuhn/, n. Archaic. a curse. [1200 50; ME maliso(u)n < OF maleison < L malediction (s. of maledictio) MALEDICTION] * * * …

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  • 10 Malison — Provenance. Prénom issu de Marie avec son , fille de Vient de l hébreu mar yäm Signifie : princesse de la mer Se fête le 15 août. Histoire. Nous connaissons tous Marie, fille de Joachim et de Anne, mère de Jésus, fils de Dieu. On l appelle aussi… …

    Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • 11 malison — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Archaic. A denunciation invoking a wish or threat of evil or injury: anathema, curse, damnation, execration, imprecation, malediction. See WORDS …

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  • 12 malison — sb. == curse. HD. 426 …

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  • 13 malison — n. malediction, curse, imprecation …

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  • 14 malison — [ malɪz(ə)n, s ] noun archaic a curse. Origin ME: from OFr., from L. maledictio(n ) (see malediction) …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 15 malison — n. Curse, malediction, execration …

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  • 16 malison — mal·i·son …

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  • 17 malison — mal•i•son [[t]ˈmæl ə zən, sən[/t]] n. archaic a curse • Etymology: 1200–50; < OF maleison < L maledictiōnem, acc. of maledictiō malediction …

    From formal English to slang

  • 18 malison —   n. curse …

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  • 19 malison — Same as maleson …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 20 malison — ˈmaləsən, əzən noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English malisoun, from Old French maleïcun, maleïcon, from Late Latin malediction , maledictio more at malediction : malediction, curse …

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