- A curse.
Etymology: Old French Old French, malison, from Latin maledictio, from the past participle stem of maledicere, from male "badly" + dicere "say". Compare malediction.
- 1819: "A hide of land I give to thee in my steads of Walbrugham, from me and mine to thee and thine aye and for ever; and God"s on his head who this gainsays!" " Walter Scott, Ivanhoe
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