vuln


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vuln

 (vŭln)
tr.v. vulned, vuln·ing, vulns
To wound (oneself) by biting at the breast. Used of the pelican, which was once believed to feed its young with its blood, as a heraldic motif and symbol of Christ.

[From Latin vulnerāre, to wound; see vulnerable.]

vuln

(vʌln)
vb (tr)
obsolete to harm or wound
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