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/ˈjenəˌsīd/,
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genocides, plural;
  1. The deliberate killing of a large group of people, esp. those of a particular ethnic group or nation


  1. systematic killing of a racial or cultural group
  2. Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. ...
  3. Repulsion is an early grindcore / death metal band from Flint, Michigan. They have been called the "most influential grindcore band of all time".
  4. Genocide is a fictional character owned by DC Comics, and created by writer Gail Simone for the Wonder Woman comic book.
  5. Genocide is an original novel written by Paul Leonard and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Eighth Doctor, Sam, Jo and UNIT.
  6. Genocide is a 1982 documentary by Arnold Schwartzman concerning The Holocaust. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
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  8. Genocide is a MUD, a text-based online game, focused exclusively on player-killing. Founded in 1992, it was influential as the first such "pure PK" MUD, and has met with positive critical response.
  9. The systematic killing of substantial numbers of people on the basis of ethnicity, religion, political opinion, social status, or other particularity; Acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group
  10. (genocidal) Causative of or relating to an act or policy of genocide
  11. (Genocidal) Adj: Any activity that liberals find offensive.
  12. The killing of all the people from a ethnic group, religious group, or people from a specific nation.
  13. The systematic killing of an entire ethnic community. In Canadian history the complete physical elimination of the Beothuk aboriginals of Newfoundland as a result of disease and deliberate killing is perhaps an example. See: CULTURAL GENOCIDE / .
  14. The mass killing of a whole community or race of people. For example, in Rwanda (Africa) nearly a million Tutsis were murdered by their Hutu neighbours in 100 days. The word was first used to describe the murder of six million Jews in Hitler's Germany.
  15. A systematic attempt to annihilate a racial group or nation. The word was first used in 1944.
  16. The destruction of a nation or of an ethnic group. Raphael Lemkin (1944) Axis Rule in Occupied Europe coined the term by combining a Greek and a Latin root.
  17. Term created after World War II to describe the systematic murder of an entire political, cultural, or religious group. The Nazis used the phrases Final Solution, special treatment, and resettlement as euphemisms for genocide.
  18. The on-going policy of the United States toward Aboriginal Indigenous people.  Genocide is defined by the United Nations in the International Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide, adopted in 1947 and ratified by the United States Senate during the Reagan Administration, which ...
  19. The systematic killing of a nation or race of people.
  20. The destruction of a group or society by harming, killing, or preventing the birth of its members.
  21. Raphael Lemkin defined genocide as "a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. ...
  22. (Derived from genos (race) and cide (to kill). A term created by Raphael Lemkin in the mid-1940s. It refers to the planned, systematic extermination of an entire ethnic, national, racial, or religious group. Most genocides in the 20th and 21st century have had a strong religious component. ...
  23. any acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group.
  24. deliberate attempt to kill all members of a racial, cultural, or ethnic group
  25. In a Jewish context, genocide can happen through delegitimization of the Jewish state and also through Christian conversion of Jews which kills Jewish souls.