liberticide

[li-bur-tuh-sahyd]

Origin of liberticide

First recorded in 1785–95; liberty + -cide
Related formsli·ber·ti·cid·al, adjective
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liberticide

noun
  1. a destroyer of freedom
  2. the destruction of freedom
Derived Formsliberticidal, adjective
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Word Origin and History for liberticide
n.

1793, from liberty + -cide.

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