lesion

[lee-zhuh n]
noun
  1. an injury; hurt; wound.
  2. Pathology. any localized, abnormal structural change in the body.
  3. Plant Pathology. any localized, defined area of diseased tissue, as a spot, canker, blister, or scab.
verb (used with object)
  1. to cause a lesion or lesions in.

Origin of lesion

1425–75; late Middle English < Middle French < Latin laesiōn- (stem of laesiō) injury, equivalent to Latin laes(us) (past participle of laedere to harm, equivalent to laed- verb stem + -tus past participle suffix, with -dt- > -s-) + -iōn- -ion
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British Dictionary definitions for lesioned

lesion

noun
  1. any structural change in a bodily part resulting from injury or disease
  2. an injury or wound

Word Origin for lesion

C15: via Old French from Late Latin laesiō injury, from Latin laedere to hurt
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Word Origin and History for lesioned

lesion

n.

early 15c., from Middle French lesion, from Latin laesionem (nominative laesio) "injury," from past participle stem of laedere "to strike, hurt, damage," of unknown origin. Originally with reference to any sort of hurt, whether physical or not.

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lesioned in Medicine

lesion

[lēzhən]
n.
  1. A wound or an injury.
  2. A localized pathological change in a bodily organ or tissue.
  3. An infected or diseased patch of skin.
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