génocide

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See also: genocide

French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From English genocide

The term "genocide" was coined in English, by Raphael Lemkin (1900–1959), a Polish-Jewish legal scholar, in 1943, firstly from the Latin gēns (tribe, clan, race), or the Ancient Greek γένος (génos, family, tribe, race); and Latin -cidium, from [[occido#Latin|massacre, kill]].

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génocide m (plural génocides)

  1. genocide

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French génocide.

Noun[edit]

génocide f (plural génocides)

  1. (Jersey) genocide

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