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  • выреза́ть or выре́зывать) to carve, to engrave to cut out, to excise to massacre, to slaughter, to butcher, impf — only выреза́ть ‎(vyrezátʹ) Conjugation
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  • first-person singular preterite masacré, past participle masacrado) to massacre     Conjugation of masacrar (See Appendix:Spanish verbs)edit data 1
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  • 慘案 (category Kenny's testing category 2)
    (Standard Chinese, Beijing)+Pinyin: cǎn'àn Zhuyin: ㄘㄢˇ ㄢˋ Gwoyeu Romatzyh: tsaanann IPA (key): /t͡sʰa̠n²¹⁴⁻²¹¹ ˀa̠n⁵¹/ 慘案 massacre murder case tragedy
    177 bytes (28 words) - 15:09, 5 January 2015
  • bloodbath ‎(plural bloodbaths) Indiscriminate killing or slaughter, a massacre. 1814, Robert Jamieson, “Stark Tiderich and Olger Danske”, in Illustrations
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  • (section Etymology 2)
    slaughter livestock; to butcher livestock to massacre; to slaughter 屠 butcher Mandarin (Pinyin): chú (chu2) (Zhuyin): ㄔㄨˊ Cantonese (Jyutping): ceoi4
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  • butcher (section Etymology 2)
    California". (slaughter (animals)): kill, slaughter (kill brutally): massacre, slay (ruin, often to the point of defamation): murder To slaughter animals
    9 KB (327 words) - 13:43, 22 July 2016
  • from Latin devasto. devastar (10th century) to devastate; to destroy; to massacre Only known recorded usage is in the Vie de Saint Léger. (fr) Godefroy
    1 KB (138 words) - 00:31, 23 July 2016
  • The tyrannous and bloody act is done,— The most arch deed of piteous massacre That ever yet this land was guilty of. Dighton and Forrest, who I did suborn
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  • ‎(plural daies) Archaic spelling of day. 1594, Christopher Marlowe, Massacre at Paris[1]: O graunt sweet God my daies may end with hers, That I with
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  • arch (section Etymology 2)
    at him. Principal; primary. Shakespeare the most arch act of piteous massacre archly knowing, clever, mischievous principal, primary arch
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  • the Great Wheel of the Tao, then we will reject, as fruit of error, the massacre of infidels and heretics. demiss dismes missed deisms indefinite genitive
    694 bytes (63 words) - 22:30, 24 April 2016
  • ذبح (section Etymology 2)
    يَذْبَحُ‎ (yaḏbaḥu) to kill by slitting the throat to slaughter, to butcher to massacre to murder, to slay to sacrifice, to offer up, to immolate Conjugation
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  • occīdiō f ‎(genitive occīdiōnis); third declension a massacre, utter destruction, extermination Third declension. “occīdĭo” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles
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  • Sophie (section Etymology 2)
    Sophia. 1995, Marilyn Seguin, The Bell Keeper: The story of Sophia and the Massacre of the Indians at Gnadenhutten, Ohio, in 1782, page 8, Sophia landed on
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  • ár (section Etymology 2)
    ‎(“slaughter-hound, watchdog”) ármag ‎(“slaughter-plain, battlefield”) muccár ‎(“swine-massacre”) Irish: ár Scottish Gaelic: àr “ár” in Dictionary of the Irish Language
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  • 屠城 (category Kenny's testing category 2)
    Pinyin: túchéng Zhuyin: ㄊㄨˊ ㄔㄥˊ Gwoyeu Romatzyh: twuchengr IPA (key): /tʰu³⁵ ʈ͡ʂʰɤŋ³⁵/ Homophones: 屠城 to massacre the inhabitants of a captured city
    183 bytes (33 words) - 12:48, 7 January 2015
  • /ˈɑfslɑxtə(n)/ afslachten ‎(past singular slachtte af, past participle afgeslacht) (transitive) to butcher, to slaughter (transitive) to massacre slachten af
    527 bytes (25 words) - 18:53, 23 July 2016
  • facere (B. G. 1. 24) (1) to put to flight, (2) to take to flight: fugam facere (Sall. Iug. 53) to massacre: stragem edere, facere to make a truce: indutias
    4 KB (2,113 words) - 21:38, 19 July 2016
  • nép ‎(“people”) +‎ irtás ‎(“massacre”) IPA(key): /ˈneːpirtaːʃ/ Hyphenation: nép‧ir‧tás népirtás ‎(plural népirtások) genocide (systematic killing of
    454 bytes (20 words) - 10:54, 14 February 2014
  • قَتَّلَ • ‎(qattala) II, non-past يُقَتِّلُ‎ (yuqattilu) to kill, to massacre, to cause carnage Conjugation of قَتَّلَ (form-II sound) قَتْل •
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