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A poison. see Arnica

baneane, v. t. to be the bane of; to ruin. [obs.]bane ane (bān), n. [oe. bane destruction, as. bana murderer; akin to icel. bani death, murderer, ohg. bana murder, bano murderer, goth. banja stroke, wound, gr. foney`s murderer, fo`nos murder, oir. bath death, benim i strike. ?31.] 1. that which destroys life, esp. poison of a deadly quality. [obs. except in combination, as in ratsbane, henbane, etc.] 2. destruction; death. [obs.] the cup of deception spiced and tempered to their bane. 3. any cause of ruin, or lasting injury; harm; woe. money, thou bane of bliss, and source of woe. erbert. 4. a disease in sheep, commonly termed the rot.   similar words(6) 

 leopard`s bane  leopard`s-bane  wolf`s bane  dog`s-bane  libbard`s bane  goat`s bane 

(v. t.)

To be the bane of; to ruin.  


That which destroys life, esp. poison of a deadly quality.  


Destruction; death.  


Any cause of ruin, or lasting injury; harm; woe.  


A disease in sheep, commonly termed the rot.  

Noun1. something causes misery or death; "the bane of my life" (synonym) curse, scourge, nemesis (hypernym) affliction


poison; murder, destruction, cause of death of another.

Bleiddag = n. wolf bane

For other uses of the word bane, see bane (disambiguation). the meaning of bane as an English form of , the bringer of ruin, dates only from 1577. now an affliction, curse, evil, ill, plague, scourge or woe, in Old English bana had a more specific and immediate meaning, of "slayer", "murderer." possibly derived from nordic languages brought to britain by the Vikings, where "bane" (in swedish for example) means "something causing your death".

noun killer

A centaur in the forbidden Frest; black haired and bodied.Origin:Bane - Poison, ruin or bad luck

that which is harmful, destructive or evil.

that which destroys life, which is poisonous, destructive, evil, dangerous.

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