Harm

  • 41 harm — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hearm; akin to Old High German harm injury, Old Church Slavic sramŭ shame Date: before 12th century 1. physical or mental damage ; injury 2. mischief, hurt II. transitive verb …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 42 harm — A contested concept, whose central cases include bodily injury and injury to one s central and legitimate interests. Harm has some connotations of permanence, so one might hurt oneself temporarily without harming oneself (stubbing one s toe, for… …

    Philosophy dictionary

  • 43 harm — [OE] The ideas of ‘physical damage’ and ‘grief’ are intimately associated in the word harm: indeed, until the early 17th century it had both meanings, and its relatives, German and Swedish harm, mean exclusively ‘grief’. It appears to be related… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 44 harm — 1. noun it won t do you any harm Syn: injury, damage, mischief Ant: good 2. verb 1) he s never harmed anybody Syn: hurt, injure, lay a finger on, mistreat, ill treat 2) …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 45 harm — [OE] The ideas of ‘physical damage’ and ‘grief’ are intimately associated in the word harm: indeed, until the early 17th century it had both meanings, and its relatives, German and Swedish harm, mean exclusively ‘grief’. It appears to be related… …

    Word origins

  • 46 harm — n. & v. n. hurt, damage. v.tr. cause harm to. Phrases and idioms: out of harm s way in safety. Etymology: OE hearm, hearmian f. Gmc …

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  • 47 harm — 1. noun a) Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune. b) That which causes injury, damage, or loss. 2. verb To cause injury to another; to hurt; to cause damage to something. See Also: ha …

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  • 48 Harm — 1. Auf eine durch Übergang von er zu ar entstandene niederdeutsch friesische Kurzform des Rufnamens Hermann zurückgehender Familienname. 2. Berufsübername zu mhd., mnd. harm »Hermelin« für den Kürschner oder Übername für den Träger eines solchen… …

    Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • 49 harm — noun physical injury, especially that which is deliberately inflicted. ↘material damage. ↘actual or potential ill effect. verb physically injure. ↘have an adverse effect on. Phrases out of harm s way in a safe place. Origin OE hearm (n.),… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 50 harm — I. n. 1. Injury, hurt, detriment, mischief, damage, prejudice, disadvantage. 2. Evil, wrong, criminality, wickedness. II. v. a. 1. Injure, hurt, damage, do harm to. 2. Maltreat, molest, abuse, ill use, ill treat …

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  • 51 harm — žala statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Gamtai, asmeniui ar organizacijai priklausančių materialinių ar dvasinių vertybių sumažinimas ar sunaikinimas. atitikmenys: angl. damage; harm; hurt; injury vok. Schaden, m; Schädigung, f …

    Ekologijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 52 harm — See bodily harm …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 53 HARM — high speed antiradiation missile …

    Military dictionary

  • 54 HARM — /hahrm/, n. Mil. a U.S. air to surface missile designed to detect and destroy radar sites by homing on their emissions. [H(igh speed) A(nti) R(adiation) M(issile)] * * * …

    Universalium

  • 55 HARM — High Speed Anti radiation Missile (Governmental » Military) * High speed Anti Radar Missile (Academic & Science » Electronics) * Hazardous Atmospheric Release Model (Academic & Science » Ocean Science) * Humanity Against Rap Music (Community »… …

    Abbreviations dictionary

  • 56 HARM — harmonics from the injected signal; heparin assay rapid method …

    Medical dictionary

  • 57 harm — Synonyms and related words: abomination, abuse, afflict, affliction, aggravate, aggrieve, atrocity, bad, badness, bane, banefulness, bankruptcy, befoul, befoulment, bewitch, blemish, blight, bother, breakage, breakdown, bugbear, burden, calamity …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 58 Harm — friesische Kurzform von → Hermann (Bedeutungszusammensetzung aus »Heer« und »Mann«) …

    Deutsch namen

  • 59 HARM — High availability, Reliability, And Maintainability …

    Acronyms

  • 60 harm — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. deterioration, evil, dishonor, mischief, injury. v. damage, injure; desecrate, abuse, break. See malevolence, wrong. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Injury] Syn. hurt, infliction, impairment; see injury 1 . 2 …

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