I. noun Etymology: Middle English venim, from Anglo-French, from Vulgar Latin *venimen, alteration of Latin venenum magic charm, drug, poison; akin to Latin venus love, charm — more at win Date: 13th century 1. poisonous matter normally secreted by some animals (as snakes, scorpions, or bees) and transmitted to prey or an enemy chiefly by biting or stinging; broadly material that is poisonous 2. ill will, malevolence II. transitive verb Date: 14th century envenom

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  • Venom — Ven om, n. [OE. venim, OF. venim, F. venin, L. veneum. Cf. {Venenate}.] 1. Matter fatal or injurious to life; poison; particularly, the poisonous, the poisonous matter which certain animals, such as serpents, scorpions, bees, etc., secrete in a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Venom — Ven om, v. t. [OE. venimen, OF. venimer, L. venenare. See {Venom}, n.] To infect with venom; to envenom; to poison. [R.] Venomed vengeance. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • venom — *poison, toxin, virus, bane …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • venom — [n] poison; hating acidity, acrimony, anger, bane, bitterness, contagion, gall, grudge, hate, hatred, ill will, infection, malevolence, malice, maliciousness, malignity, rancor, spite, spitefulness, spleen, taint, toxin, virulence, virus;… …   New thesaurus

  • venom — ► NOUN 1) poisonous fluid secreted by animals such as snakes and scorpions and typically injected by biting or stinging. 2) extreme malice, bitterness, or aggression. ORIGIN Old French venim, from Latin venenum poison …   English terms dictionary

  • venom — [ven′əm] n. [ME < OFr venim, var. of venin < L venenum, a poison, IE * wenes nom, love potion < * wenos: see VENUS] 1. the poison secreted by some snakes, spiders, insects, etc., introduced into the body of the victim by bite or sting 2 …   English World dictionary

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