wanion

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Etymology[edit]

Alteration of earlier waniand, from Middle English waniand (waning), present participle of wanien (to wane) (from the phrase "in the waniand [moon]", i.e. in the time of the waning moon, in an unlucky stound).

Noun[edit]

wanion (plural wanions)

  1. the wane of the moon
  2. curse
  3. (obsolete) vengeance

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