Waniand
Waniand \Wan"i*and\, n. [See {Wanion}.] The wane of the moon. [Obs.] --Halliwell. [1913 Webster]

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  • wanion — noun Etymology: from the obsolete phrase in the waniand unluckily, literally, in the waning (moon), from Middle English, from waniand, northern present participle of wanien, wanen to wane Date: 1549 archaic plague, vengeance used in the phrase… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wanion — /won yeuhn/, n. Archaic. curse; vengeance. [1540 50; alter. of waniand, ME: prp. of wanien to WANE (see ING2), from the phrase in the waniand (mone) in the time of the waning (moon), i.e., in an unlucky hour] * * * …   Universalium

  • wanion — ˈwänyən noun ( s) Etymology: from the obsolete phrase in the waniand unluckily, literally, in the waning (moon), from Middle English, from waniand, northern present participle of wanien to wane archaic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wanion — Wan ion, n. [Probably for OE. waniand waning, p. pr. of wanien; hence, used of the waning of the moon, supposed to be an unlucky time. See {Wane}.] A word of uncertain signification, used only in the phrase with a wanion, apparently equivalent to …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • waneand — var. waniand Obs …   Useful english dictionary

  • wanyand — wanyand, ende var. ff. waniand. Obs …   Useful english dictionary

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