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lesión f. (Noun) "lesion"
13th cent. Old Spanish lisión. From Late Latin læsionem, accusative of læsio 'id.' From the verb lædere "to hurt." Of unknown origin. Some have connected the word with Ancient Greek λίστρον (lístron) "spade."
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Portuguese lesão, Catalan lesió, French lésion, Italian lesione, Romanian leziune