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H'ARM, noun

1. Injury; hurt; damage; detriment.

Do thyself no harm Acts 16:28.

He shall make amends for the harm he hath done in the holy thing. Leviticus 5:16.

2. Moral wrong; evil; mischief; wickedness; a popular sense of the word.

H'ARM, verb transitive To hurt; to injure; to damage; to impair soundness of body, either animal or vegetable.