To waste away develop rusty or be oxidized as a mineral
- To influence as a canker to eat away to corrode to consume
- become contaminated with a canker
- infect with a canker
- a pernicious and malign influence that is hard to eradicate
- an ulceration (especially associated with the lips or lining associated with the lips)
- a fungal illness of woody plants that creates localized damage to the bark
- A corroding or sloughing ulcer; esp. a spreading gangrenous ulcer or number of ulcers in or around the mouth; -- called additionally liquid canker, canker associated with mouth, and noma.
- such a thing which corrodes, corrupts, or destroy.
- A disease event to woods, resulting in the bark to decay and fall-off.
- An obstinate and frequently incurable disease of a horse's foot, described as separation of the horny part together with improvement fungoid growths; -- generally caused by neglected thrush.
- some sort of crazy, worthless rose; the dog-rose.
- To affect as a canker; for eating away; to corrode; to consume.
- To infect or pollute; to corrupt.
- To waste away, grow rusty, or perhaps oxidized, as a mineral.
- become or come to be diseased, or just as if diseased, with canker; to cultivate corrupt; to be venomous.
belated Old English cancer "distributing ulcer, malignant cyst," from Latin cancer tumors "malignant tumor," virtually "crab" (see cancer); affected in center English by Old North French cancre "canker, aching, abscess" (Old French chancre, Modern French chancre). Your message ended up being the most popular one for "cancer tumors" until c.1700. In addition used since 15c. of caterpillars and insect larvae that eat plant buds and leaves. As a verb from late 14c. Relevant: Cankered; cankerous. Canker blossom is taped from 1580s.
A thoroughly healthy, well-balanced, harmonious nature, accepting life as it came, with all its joys and sorrows, and living it beautifully and hopefully, without canker and without uncharity.