Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French & Medieval Latin; Middle French concerner, from Medieval Latin concernere, from Late Latin, to sift together, mingle, from Latin com- + cernere to sift -- more at CERTAIN
1 a : to relate to : be about b : to bear on
2 : to have an influence on : INVOLVE; also : to be the business or affair of
3 : to be a care, trouble, or distress to
4 : ENGAGE, OCCUPY
intransitive verb, obsolete : to be of importance
(1)Something that interests you because it is important or affects you. (2)An anxious feeling. (3)Have to do with or be relevant to. (4)Something or someone that causes anxiety (5)A feeling of sympathy for someone or something. (6)Something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness.
Hope this helped, Amanda
You mean what does the word "concern" mean? It's means basically "worried." Um... try looking it up in the dictionary. OR go to '. www.dictionary.com .'