There are times when you can’t tolerate a person may because of his habits, behavior, relation with you etc. It’s just that you can’t tolerate him/her for a single moment anymore. You ultimately want to kill him!!!

Umm…That’s not the right thing to do though! One should always try controlling anger.  At times it becomes dangerous! And I guess you are aware of legal punishments you get for killing /murder.

Murder unfortunately is an integral part of human life, so there is a word for almost every kind of killing you can think of. Let’s look at some of them.

So chuck out the idea of killing….just learn these amazing words.

Root word in this chapter is CIDE- Killing of someone.


Meaning:  Killing of one’s mother

 I was gripped and revolted by this almost Shakespearian epic of matricide, class, money and complex sibling relationships.

 His callous disregard for all that has nurtured and sustained his very life is nothing less horrific than matricide

 

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Screen Shot 2017-05-26 at 12.12.12 PMMeaning: the killing of either or both parents. Alric admitted to the parricide of his father; who was only 52. He agreed in front of the court that it was entirely his fault; he should have controlled his anger.

Lizzie Borden was accused of, and tried for, parricide in the 1890s, but was not convicted.

 

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Meaning:  Killing of one’s husband ( It comes from Latin maritus “husband” + -cide, from caedere “to cut, to kill”) literally means killing of one’s husband.)

The term mariticide is principally used to refer to the murder of a husband by his wife, rather than a general term for killing a spouse. The common term for the murder of a wife by her husband is uxoricide. Florence Maybrick (1862–1941) spent fourteen years in prison in England after being convicted of matricide of her English husband, James Maybrick, in 1889.

 

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