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Parricide vs. Uxoricide

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Parricidenoun

Someone who kills a relative, especially a parent.

Uxoricidenoun

One who murders his or her wife.

Parricidenoun

Someone who commits treason.

Uxoricidenoun

The murdering of one's own wife.

Parricidenoun

The killing of a relative, especially a parent.

Uxoricidenoun

The murder of a wife by her husband.

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Parricidenoun

The killing of a ruler, or other authority figure; treason.

Uxoricidenoun

One who murders his wife.

Parricidenoun

Properly, one who murders one's own father; in a wider sense, one who murders one's father or mother or any ancestor.

Uxoricide

Uxoricide (from Latin uxor meaning and -cide, from caedere meaning ) is the killing of one's own wife. It can refer to the act itself or the person who carries it out.

‘wife’; ‘to cut, to kill’;

Parricidenoun

The act or crime of murdering one's own father or any ancestor.

Parricidenoun

someone who kills his or her parent

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Parricidenoun

murder of your own parents

Parricidenoun

the killing of a parent or other near relative.

Parricidenoun

a person who commits parricide.

Parricide

Parricide (Latin: parricida, killer of parents or another close relative) is defined as: The act of killing one's father (patricide), or less commonly one's mother (matricide) or some other close relative.

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