The Challenge of Malediction

mal*e*dic*tion
noun
:  curse, execration<the maledictions of great poets, whose hate confers an unwelcome immortality — John Buchan>

Origin of MALEDICTION

Middle English malediccioun, from Late Latin malediction-, maledictio, from maledictus (past participle ofmaledicere to curse) + Latin -ion-, -io -ion

First Known Use: 14th century

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