maim

[v] - injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration or mutilation
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Maim

Maim (mām) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Maimed (māmd); present participle & verbal noun Maiming .] [ Middle English maimen , Old French mahaignier , mehaignier , meshaignier , co...
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Maim

Maim noun [ Written in law language maihem , and mayhem .] [ Old French mehaing . See Maim , v. ] 1. The privation of the use of a limb or member of the body, by which one is rendered less able to defend himself or to annoy his adversary.
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maim

To disable or cripple by an injury. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Maim

• (v.) The privation of the use of a limb or member of the body, by which one is rendered less able to defend himself or to annoy his adversary. • (v.) The privation of any necessary part; a crippling; mutilation; injury; deprivation of something essential. See Mayhem. • (v. t.) To deprive of the use of a limb, so as to render a pers...
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maim

maim To inflict a severe and permanent injury on a person or animal, especially one that renders a limb useless: 'One young man was killed and two others were mauled and maimed by a lion at the San Francisco zoo in December, 2007.' Although not directly related to this malle- unit, 'maim' is indirectly associated with it.
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Maim

This is a technical word necessary to be introduced into all indictments for mayhem; the words "feloniously did maim," must of necessity be inserted, because no other word, or any circumlocution, will answer the same purpose. Crim. law. To deprive a person of such part of his body as to render him less able in fighting or defending himself than h.....
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Maim

(v) Maim is the inflicting of severe bodily harm to a person by an aggravated assault resulting in injury, mutilation or incapability to do physical functions.
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maim

v. to inflict a serious bodily injury, including mutilation or any harm which limits the victim's ability to function physically. Originally, in English common law it meant to cut off or permanently cripple a body part like an arm, leg, hand or foot. In criminal law, such serious harm becomes an "aggravated" assault, which is a felony subject to a ...
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Maim

To inflict serious bodily injury, including mutilation, disfigurement, or any harm that limits the victim's ability to function physically. Originally, in English common law it meant to cut off or permanently cripple a part of the body such as an arm, leg, hand, or foot. In criminal law, such serious harm can turn an ordinary assault into an aggrav...
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maim

injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration
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