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- latin ‘strat’ (stratum – layer, social layer, cl****) and ‘cide’ (oxido, occido – to vanish oft. reacting with air, to m****acre).' the genocidal temptation:
- following his friend abraham setrakian's death, fet struggles to decipher the occido lumen, a tome possibly holding the key to defeating the master. he is aided
- setrakian, an elderly vampire hunter, is hopeful that the lost grimoire, occido lumen, holds the key to defeating the master, and searches for it before
- suffix -icide is added in place of fetus' last syllable. it derives back to occido, a latin term meaning 'to fell or to kill.' other examples include homicide
- 'occident' derives from the latin word occidens, meaning west (lit. setting < occido fall/set). this term meant the west (where the sun sets) but has fallen
- owens (ed.), arabic as a minority language (2000), p. 1. use of latinate occido-centrism remains rare (e.g. alexander lukin, political culture of the russian
- one time it seems that it was inferred from the etymology of the word 'occido' that the act must have been done directly by the person of the wrongdoer
- writing separately. for instance, the authors all happen to use the word occido with respect to killing (a total of 42 occurrences), but only once do any