An agent that kills mosquitoes, especially culicine mosquitoes.
cybercide (s) (noun)
, cybercides (pl)
The killing of a person’s projected virtual persona or character in the internet community: Cybercide
may be part of a Virtual Reality Game, an act of vandalism, a multiplayer game, or on an internet chat room.
A Virtual Reality Game presents cybercides in which there is a hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer. The user wears special goggles and fiber optic gloves etc., and can enter and move around in this virtual world and interact with objects as if he or she were inside it.
The killing of cells.
The killing of a czar (tsar).
1. The act of killing a god or goddess.
2. Killing a divine being or a representation of a divinity.
The killing of a master or one who kills a master.
1. Destruction or damage of the environment; especially intentionally; for example, by herbicides in war.
2. Heedless or deliberate destruction of the natural environment, as by pollutants or an act of war.
Killing elephants or an elephant.
The crime of murdering a bishop.
epizoicide (ep" i ZOH i sighed) (s) (noun)
, epizoicides (pl)
An agent destructive to or which kills epizoa: Greg read about an epizoicide that was supposed to get rid of the fleas on his dog.
The deliberate and systematic destruction of the culture of an ethnic group; especially, within a larger community.
A destroyer of ones reputation; slanderer.
1. Relieving or reducing fever.
2. Any agent that relieves or reduces fever.
The killing of fever or anything that reduces a fever.
felicide (s) (noun)
, felicides (pl)
Killing a cat or cats; feline-slaughter: In Medieval times, the townspeople would engage in felicide, killing all the cats because they were suspected of being evil creatures.
Related "death, dead; kill" units: