Meaning of malison in English:

malison

noun

archaic
  • A curse.

    ‘The mother of the late Viscount Dundee had pronounced a malison upon her daughter-in-law.’
    • ‘Like most other old mansions, Howsham has its legend, being said to have been laid under a malison by St. Hilda.’
    • ‘"A malison on the ghostly bird!" ejaculated one of the men, enraged that he had been startled.’
    • ‘Let whoever blesseth him be blessed, and upon whomsoever curseth him let a malison fall.’
    • ‘ A malison on this cursed the band of outlaws!’
    • ‘Against his sons, he launched malisons of wrath.’
    curse, oath, imprecation, execration

Pronunciation

malison

/ˈmalɪz(ə)n/ /ˈmalɪs(ə)n/

Origin

Middle English from Old French.