vuln(redirected from vulning)
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.]
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obsolete to harm or wound
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