Definition of Patricide. Meaning of Patricide. Synonyms of Patricide

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Definition of Patricide

Patricide
Patricide Pat*ri"cide, n. [L. pater father + caedere to kill. Cf. Parricide.] 1. The murderer of his father. 2. The crime of one who murders his father. Same as Parricide.

Meaning of Patricide from wikipedia

- Patricide is (i) the act of killing one's father, or (ii) a person who kills his or her father or stepfather. The word patricide derives from the Latin...
- The Patricide (Georgian: მამის მკვლელი) is a novel by Alexander Kazbegi, first published in 1882. The novel is a love story, but it also addresses many...
- Tochigi patricide case (栃木実父殺し事件, Tochigi Jippugoroshi Jiken), or Aizawa patricide case, is a landmark father–daughter incest and patricide case in Tochigi...
- 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...
- relations. In early human history there have been notable instances of patricide. For example: Tukulti-Ninurta I (r. 1243–1207 B.C.E.), ****yrian king,...
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- Canadian convicted of matricide and attempted patricide...
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- nephew Parricide, the killing of one's parents or another close relative Patricide, the killing of one's father Prolicide, the killing of one's offspring...
- Ravaillac and the Damiens cases, court papers refer to the offenders as a patricide, rather than as regicide, which lets one deduce that, through divine right...
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