Definition of malison in English:

malison

Pronunciation /ˌmaləsən/ /ˌmæləsən/

noun

archaic
  • A curse.

    ‘You could knock a magic resitence of 200% to zero, cast 3-4 malisons, and use your kill spell of choice.’
    • ‘The passage is as follows, ‘the malisons which he muttered…, were of truly cabalistic length and fearfulness.’’
    • ‘In any case, perhaps, hawks may be trying to avoid falling foul of those malisons.’
    • ‘A very easy way is to use a spell trigger with 3 lower resistance spells, a spell sequencer with 3 greater malisons, and a finger of death (though there are alternatives).’
    curse, oath, imprecation, execration

Origin

Middle English from Old French.