Definition of vuln in English:

vuln

verb

[WITH OBJECT]Heraldry
  • Wound:

    ‘the crest depicts a pelican vulning itself’
    • ‘A dragon and on its back a pelican vulning herself all Proper.’
    • ‘A stag standing vulned in the back with an arrow proper.’

Origin

Late 16th century: formed irregularly from Latin vulnerare to wound.

Pronunciation

vuln

/vʌln/