Origin of malison
Examples from the Web for malison
Or else they may dread the malison that all men have who will not do them, when they had goods to do them with.The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises|Richard Rolle of Hampole
The malison strings itself out into broken sentences of justification; mere ravings, as pointless as the curse.The Helpers|Francis Lynde
So he was in luck; but he had yet to learn that a mother's malison is sure to bring misfortune some time or another.English Fairy Tales|Flora Annie Steel
So at last he made up his mind to take the whole of it, even if he had to bear his mother's malison.
Either to take the half of it with her blessing, or the whole of it with her malison.
British Dictionary definitions for malison
Word Origin for malison
Word Origin and History for malison
"a curse," mid-13c., from Old French maleiçon "curse," from Latin maledictionem (see malediction).