noun dam·ni·fi·ca·tion \ˌdamnə̇fə̇ˈkāshən, ˌdaamn-\

Definition of damnification



  1. :  the action of damnifying :  an infliction of injury or loss

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Origin and Etymology of damnification

French, from Middle French, damage, harm, from Medieval Latin damnification-, damnificatio, from Late Latin damnificatus (past participle of damnificare) + Latin -ion-, -io -ion

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