from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of one who kills one's own parent.
- n. One who kills one's own parent; a parricide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who kills a parent; a parricide.
- n. The killing of one's parent.
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I mean, this is very unusual, parricide, slang parenticide.
You know, Bethany, the reality is that parricide, which is slang for parenticide, is very rare, much less when a girl, a girl, a teenager commits parricide.
One of most unusual cases in the justice system, parricide, parenticide, at the hands of a 16-year-old girl, no history of mental problems, no history of juvenile justice problems.
You know, paracide, a slaying version of parenticide, is only about 2 percent of all homicides and about 70 to 80 percent of that is by males.
To Catherine Burton, psychologist, Catherine, the phenomenon of parenticide is extremely rare, even more rare in a young woman.
Doctor, paracide, which is also known in the slang mode, parenticide, very rare.
GRACE: One of the reasons I have taken this case so seriously is the thought of parenticide, the thought of killing your parents, your mother and your father.
Zionism, like the fictional Jewish parenticide, shamelessly attempts to turn reality on its head.
Is there peace on earth for the lunatic -- peace for the parenticide -- peace for the girl that, without warning, and without time granted for a penitential cry to heaven, sends her mother to the last audit? "