Bane

A sources of harm, poison, dangerous or destruction; a curse. Anything which causes harm, pain, illness, or destruction. Banes can be caused by hexes or curses. They can also be caused by hauntings and possessions through angry or evil spirits. That which destroys life.

bane

Type: Term Pronunciation: bān Definitions: 1. A poison or blight.
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Bane

In the words of Warren Buffet, Bill Bane Sr., is, 'a great American and one of the last real traders around. I like to call him 'Salvo.'' His wife, Carol, is a huge NASCAR fan, and in her own words 'delights in pulling the legs off central bankers.' Cooper Bane, son number two, is a thriving artiste who specializes in making art that is much better...
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bane

[n] - something causes misery or death
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Bane

Bane (bān) noun [ Middle English bane destruction, Anglo-Saxon bana murderer; akin to Icelandic bani death, murderer, Old High German bana murder, bano murderer, Goth. banja stroke, wound, Greek foney`s murderer, fo`nos murder, O...
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Bane

Bane transitive verb To be the bane of; to ruin. [ Obsolete] Fuller.
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bane

1. That which destroys life, especially. Poison of a deadly quality. ... 2. Destruction; death. 'The cup of deception spiced and tempered to their bane.' (Milton) ... 3. Any cause of ruin, or lasting injury; harm; woe. 'Money, thou bane of bliss, and source of woe.' (Herbert) ... 4. A disease in sheep, commonly termed the rot. ... Synonym: Poison, ...
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bane

curse 1 scourge noun something causes misery or death; `the bane of my life`
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Bane

• (n.) Destruction; death. • (v. t.) To be the bane of; to ruin. • (n.) That which destroys life, esp. poison of a deadly quality. • (n.) Any cause of ruin, or lasting injury; harm; woe. • (n.) A disease in sheep, commonly termed the rot.
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Bane

[Sarah Jane Adventures] The Bane were a huge species of aliens. They worshipped the Bane Mother who was also their Queen. They were led by Mrs Wormwood. ==Rivalry with Sarah Jane Smith== Sarah Jane Smith was investigating the Bubble Shock! her suspicions were very curious so she went to investigate. Factory, a facility created by the Bane t...
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Bane

[plant] The term bane (from bana, meaning `thing causing death, poison`), in botany, is an archaic element in the common names of plants known to be toxic or poisonous. In the Middle Ages, several poisonous plants of the genus Aconitum were thought to have or prophylactic qualities, repelling and protecting against that which they were bane...
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Bane

[Forgotten Realms] Bane (n {respell|BAYN|`}), also known as the Black Hand and the Black Lord, is the god of hatred, fear, and tyranny and one of the main evil gods in the fictional Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting, Forgotten Realms. Bane is a Lawful Evil Greater Power whose symbol is green rays squeezed forth from a black fist, and whos...
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bane

something causing misery or death
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Bane

Bane is a Hawaiian name for boys. The meaning is `long-awaited child` The name Bane is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Bayne, Ban Similar names are: Bake, Bank, Blane, Dane, Fane, Zane, Kane, Lane, Rane, Bale, Vane
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bane

something causing misery or death
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bane

something causing misery or death
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