To damn is defined as to condemn to an unhappy life or is used to swear to express anger.(verb)
An example of to damn is to condemn someone as bad by saying "damn you" after they do something that makes you angry.
See damn in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME damnen < OFr damner < L damnare, to condemn, fine < damnum, loss, injury, akin to Gr dapanē, cost < IE *depno-, sacrificial feast < base *dā(i)-, to part, divide > time, tatter
See damn in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb damned damned, damn·ing, damns verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English dampnen
Origin: , from Old French dampner
Origin: , from Latin damnāre, to condemn, inflict loss upon
Origin: , from damnum, loss.
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