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malison

[ mal-uh-zuhn, -suhn ]
/ ˈmæl ə zən, -sən /
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noun Archaic.
a curse.
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Origin of malison

1200–50; Middle English maliso(u)n<Old French maleison<Latin maledictiōn- (stem of maledictiō) malediction
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British Dictionary definitions for malison

malison
/ (ˈmælɪzən, -sən) /

noun
an archaic or poetic word for curse

Word Origin for malison

C13: via Old French from Latin maledictiō malediction
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