Malison meaning

mălĭ-sən, -zən
A curse.
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(archaic) A curse.
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(obsolete) A curse.
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Origin of malison

  • Middle English malisoun from Old French maleiçon from Latin maledictiō maledictiōn- from maledictus past participle of maledīcere to speak ill, curse maledict

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French malison, from Latin maledictiō, from the past participle stem of maledÄ«cō (“I speak ill of"), from male (“wickedly, badly") + dÄ«cō (“say, speak"). Compare malediction.

    From Wiktionary