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MALEFIC is derived from LATIN: describes MARS Lesser MALEFIC/SATURN Greater MALEFIC

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MALEFIC is derived from LATIN


hence these descriptions of Mars and Saturn as:
MARS aka The Lesser MALEFIC
and
SATURN aka The Greater MALEFIC

ORIGINATE AS FOLLOWS FROM :


LATIN
Maleficus, malefica
ADJECTIVE
Definitions:
harmful, noxious, injurious
of black magic
wicked, criminal, nefarious, evil
Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 10,000 words
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


maleficus, malefici
NOUN
declension: 2nd declension
gender: masculine
Definitions:
criminal, wrongdoer
magician, enchanter, sorcerer (L+S)
Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 10,000 words
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


maleficium, malefici(i)
NOUN
declension: 2nd declension
gender: neuter
Definitions:
crime/misdeed/offense
fraud/deception (L+S)
injury/hurt/wrong
pest
sorcery

Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 10,000 words
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


malefice
ADVERB
Definitions:
maliciously (Ecc)
mischievously (L+S)
viciously
wickedly

Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: Having only single citation in Oxford Latin Dictionary or Lewis + Short
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


malefica, maleficae
NOUN
declension: 1st declension
gender: feminine
Definitions:
sorceress
witch
Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: Having only single citation in Oxford Latin Dictionary or Lewis + Short
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


maleficio, maleficere
VERB
conjugation: 3rd conjugation
voice: intransitive
Definitions:
practice sorcery/black magic
Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: Having only single citation in Oxford Latin Dictionary or Lewis + Short
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)


maleficentia, maleficentiae
NOUN
declension: 1st declension
gender: feminine
Definitions:
evil/evil-doing (L+S)
ill conduct
injury, harm
viciousness
wickedness

Age: In use throughout the ages
Frequency: Appears only in Pliny’s “Natural History”
Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
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