The act of murdering or destroying a book

Grandiloquent dictionary. 2006.

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  • -cide — The English suffix cide denotes an act related to killing. From Latin caedere to cut, kill, hack (at), strike . In its wider meaning, it may also signify the destruction or dismantling of an object or concept. When attached to a word indicating… …   Wikipedia

  • innovicide — n. To kill a new or unusual idea. Notes: The suffix cide comes from the Latin suffix cida , which means to kill . In today s word, this suffix is blended with innovation to give the definition above. There are many other cide words in English,… …   New words

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