misericordia

Latin, meaning: pity, mercy.
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Misericordia

Mis`e·ri·cor'di·a noun [ Latin , mercy, compassion; miser wretched + cor , cordis , heart.] 1. (O. Law) An amercement. Burrill. 2. (Anc. Armor.) A thin-bladed dagger; so called, in the Middle Ages, because used to give the death woun...
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Misericordia

• (n.) An indulgence as to food or dress granted to a member of a religious order. • (n.) A thin-bladed dagger; so called, in the Middle Ages, because used to give the death wound or `mercy` stroke to a fallen adversary. • (n.) An amercement.
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misericordia

misericordia A thin-bladed dagger; so called because in the Middle Ages, it was used to give the death stroke, or 'mercy' stroke, to a fallen adversary.
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Misericordia

Misericordia is the Latin for `mercy`, derived from misericors, `merciful`, which is in turn derived from misereri, `to pity`, and cor, `heart`. In Medieval Latin, the word `misericordia` denoted various merciful things, and these senses were borrowed into English (AHD). ...
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misericordia

pity, mercy.
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