injure


injure
INJURE. s. f. Tort, outrage de fait ou de parole. Grande injure. injure atroce, sanglante, irreparable. faire injure, faire une injure à quelqu'un. endurer, souffrir une injure. oublier, pardonner les injures. repousser les injures. venger l'injure. reparer l'injure qu'on a faite. recevoir une injure en sa personne, en son honneur. il tient, il repute cela à injure. la satisfaction des injures. une injure à l'honneur, faite à l'honneur. laver les injures dans le sang de celuy qui a offensé.
Il se prend plus particulierement pour Une parole offensante, outrageuse. Dire des injures à quelqu'un, luy chanter des injures, de grosses injures. il l'a fait assigner en reparation d'injures. ils en vinrent aux injures. vomir des injures. charger quelqu'un d'injures.
On appelle fig. L'injure du temps, les injures du temps, de l'air, Les incommoditez du temps, comme, Le vent, la pluye, la gresle, le brouillard, &c. Estre exposé à l'injure du temps, aux injures du temps.

Dictionnaire de l'Académie française . 1964.

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  • INJURE — «Toute expression outrageante, termes de mépris ou invective qui ne renferme l’imputation d’aucun fait est une injure.» Infraction juridiquement très proche de la diffamation, l’injure requiert, ainsi qu’en dispose la loi française du 29 juillet… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • injure — Injure, Iniuria, Maledictum, Probrum. Injure verbale, Conuitium, Maledictum. B. Laide injure, Blasphemia. Laisser l injure, Concedere iniuriae. Par injure, Contumeliae causa. Nulle injure m a esmeu, Nulla iniuria meipsum pepulit. Prendre à injure …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • injure — in·jure vt in·jured, in·jur·ing 1: to interfere with or violate the legally protected interests of: as a: to harm the physical, emotional, or mental well being of b: to cause (another) to suffer from damage to, deprivation of, or interference… …   Law dictionary

  • injure — injure, harm, hurt, damage, impair, mar, spoil all mean to affect someone or something so as to rob it of soundness, strength, or perfection or to reduce its value, usefulness, or effectiveness. Injure in its earliest and still frequent sense… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Injure — In jure, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Injured}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Injuring}.] [L. injuriari, fr. injuria injury, perh. through F. injurier to insult, in OF. also, to injure; or perhaps fr. E. injury, or F. injure injury. See {Injury}.] To do harm to; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • injure — in‧jure [ˈɪndʒə ǁ ər] verb [transitive] 1. to cause physical harm to someone or to yourself, for example in an accident: • He sought compensation after being injured by a defective product. 2. to make an industry, economy, company, or investor… …   Financial and business terms

  • injure — [in′jər] vt. injured, injuring [altered < earlier injury, to harm < LME injurien < MFr injurier < L injuriari < injuria: see INJURY] 1. to do physical harm or damage to; hurt 2. to offend (one s feelings, pride, etc.); wound 3. to… …   English World dictionary

  • injure — INJURE: Doit toujours se laver dans le sang …   Dictionnaire des idées reçues

  • injure — (v.) mid 15c., do an injustice to, dishonor, probably a back formation from INJURY (Cf. injury), or else from M.Fr. injuriier, from L. injurare. Injury also served as a verb (late 15c.). Related: Injured; injuring …   Etymology dictionary

  • injure — [v] hurt, harm abuse, aggrieve, batter, blemish, blight, break, contort, cripple, cut up, damage, deface, deform, disable, disfigure, distort, distress, do in*, draw blood*, foul, foul up, grieve, hack up, impair, maim, maltreat, mangle, mar,… …   New thesaurus