deicidal

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Etymology[edit]

deicide +‎ -al

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deicidal (comparative more deicidal, superlative most deicidal)

  1. Of or pertaining to deicide
    • 2000, Malka Hillel Shulewitz, The forgotten millions: the modern Jewish exodus from Arab lands‎, page 47:
      Early Christian doctrine professed that the Jews were a deicidal people, condemned by God to dispersion and suffering.
    • 2006, Rich Burlew, The Order of the Stick: No Cure for the Paladin Blues, page 275:
      "How do you like that, you deicidal maniac? Huh? HUH? Now who's so big and tough?" "Dude, don't taunt the god-killing abomination"

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