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From Old French damnifier, from Latin damnifico.

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Infinitive
to Damnify

Third person singular
damnifies

Simple past
damnified

Past participle
damnified

Present participle
damnifying

to Damnify (third-person singular simple present damnifies, present participle damnifying, simple past and past participle damnified)
  1. (obsolete) Physically to damage; to injure.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, I.xi:
      he saw himselfe so freshly reare, / As if late fight had nought him damnifyde [...].
  2. (law) To cause injuries or loss to.

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