incarn

verb in·carn \ə̇nˈkärn\

Definition of incarn

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. transitive verb
  2. archaic :  to cause to heal :  cover with flesh

  3. intransitive verb
  4. archaic :  to cause healing :  become healed :  heal over

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Origin and Etymology of incarn

Middle English incarnen, from Middle French incarner, from Late Latin incarnare to make flesh, make fleshy, incarnate — more at incarnate


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