also man-killer, early 15c., from man (n.) + killer. Old English words for this were manslaga, manslieht.
She was arrested in Slovakia on Tuesday after a Europe-wide mankiller hunt that at first focused on Italy and Portugal.
In January, 1880, the “Kid” added another notch on the handle of his pistol as a mankiller.
This type of dynamo has gained the name for itself of "mankiller," as its voltage becomes enormous at full load.