harm

[ hahrm ]
/ hɑrm /

noun

physical injury or mental damage; hurt: to do him bodily harm.
moral injury; evil; wrong.

verb (used with object)

to do or cause harm to; injure; damage; hurt: to harm one's reputation.

Origin of harm

before 900; Middle English; Old English hearm; cognate with German Harm, Old Norse harmr

OTHER WORDS FROM harm

harm·er, nounself-harm·ing, adjectiveun·harmed, adjectiveun·harm·ing, adjective

synonym study for harm

1, 2. See damage.
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British Dictionary definitions for unharmed (1 of 2)

unharmed
/ (ʌnˈhɑːmd) /

adjective

not having sustained physical, moral, or mental injury

British Dictionary definitions for unharmed (2 of 2)

harm
/ (hɑːm) /

noun

physical or mental injury or damage
moral evil or wrongdoing

verb

(tr) to injure physically, morally, or mentally

Derived forms of harm

harmer, noun

Word Origin for harm

Old English hearm; related to Old Norse harmr grief, Old High German harm injury, Old Slavonic sramǔ disgrace
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Idioms and Phrases with unharmed

harm

see do one wrong (harm); out of harm's way.

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