Here’s how the Oxford English Dictionary defines the word, “teen” (ht Eugene Volokh):
1. Harm inflicted or suffered; injury, hurt, mischief; damage.
2. Irritation, vexation, annoyance; anger, wrath, rage; spite, ill-will, malice. transf. Something vexatious, a cause of annoyance; a trouble.
3. Affliction, trouble, suffering, grief, woe.
Eugene Volokh comments:
As they say, I am not making this up. Note, though, that the OED marks these definitions as “arch[aic]” and “Obs[olete]” — an obvious error.