which will make whole or sound; restore to health or soundness; remedy: because, to heal the ill.
to bring back to healthy conditions; remove some thing evil or noxious from: cleanse; clean; strengthen.
to treat; pull, restore, or counteract by salutary or useful means: as, to cure a quarrel or a breach.
to cultivate whole or sound; go back to a sound condition: with reference to a wound, often with up or higher.
to cover up; conceal; keep key.
To cover, in terms of protection.
To cover (the origins of woods and flowers), typically in an inclined or slanting place, with soil, when they have-been removed from the ground, and before setting all of them forever: typically combined with inside.