Cause of damage or ruin.

Groups
Generative
Primary Base toks*

Child Elements  

derqen* n: fig ess sta dis tg One that causes sharp pain, irritation, or discomfort.
toks* neg rel gen act Bane.

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Descendants  

toks* Poison Tangible bane.

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Siblings

* Badness Capability of producing evil. Bad qualities.
toks* Bane Cause of damage or ruin.
klew* Cleanness
kawst* Deterioration
morb* Disease
* Expedience Specific subservience.
* Goodness Capability of producing good. Good qualities.
san* Health
* Imperfection Lack of perfection.
* Importance
* Improvement
* Inexpedience Lack of expedience.
saners* Insalubrity Imperfection of health. Presence of disease.
vil* Inutility
* Perfection
remord* Relapse Return of disease.
med* Remedy Removal of disease.
* Restoration
* Salubrity Perfection of health.
* Utility

Notes

Bane synonyms

Curse, hereditary evil, thorn in the flesh; bête noir [F.], bugbear; evil [See Evil]; hurtfulness (badness) [See Badness]; painfulness (cause of pain) [See Painfulness]; scourge (punishment) [See Scourge]; damnosa hereditas [L.]; white elephant.
rust, worm, helminth, moth, fungus, mildew; dry rot; canker, cankerworm; cancer; viper (evildoer) [See Evildoer]; demon [See Evil Spirits].
STING, fang, thorn, tang [dial. Eng.], bramble, brier or br ar, nettle.

POISON, leaven, virus, venom; arsenic, Prussic acid, antimony, tartar emetic, strychnine, tannin or tannic acid, nicotine; miasma or miasm, effluvium, mephitis, stench; fetor [See Fetor]; malaria; pest.
toxicant, intoxicant, deliriant, delirifacient, hemlock, hellebore, nightshade, deadly nightshade, belladonna, henbane, aconite; banewort, opium, bhang [India], ganja [India], hemp, cannabin, hashish; Upas tree.

[SCIENCE OF POISONS] toxicology.