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Etymologically, the term suicide comes from the Latin sui caedere to kill oneself- and is understood as the act of taking one's own life (4).
Given the word's derivation from the Latin caedere ("to kill"), whatever else genocide encompasses, it should include the act of killing.
The word "circumcision" comes from Latin circum, meaning around, and caedere, meaning to cut.
A palavra decisao e formada pelos termos latinos de (que significa parar, extrair, interromper) e caedere (que significa cindir, cortar), que, originalmente, significa "parar de cortar" ou "deixar fluir", e sua definicao esta relacionada a escolha da melhor alternativa de solucao entre as possiveis (GOMES; GOMES; ALMEIDA, 2006).
Del latin circumcsus--derivada de circumcidere, formado por circum, 'alrededor', y caedere, 'cortar', <<cortar una porcion del prepucio, alrededor del pene>>--, circunciso es adjetivo, aunque puede usarse como sustantivo: <<1.
The term "genocide" was used, for the first time in international law, by Raphael Lemkin who combined the Greek word genos (race, tribe) with the French suffix cide (form the Latin caedere, to kill).
3 It may be possible that CS is a pleonasm--comprising both secare and caedere (to cut).
Il lui faut donc eventrer la mere pour recuperer cette montre plate, aussi plate qu'une photographie du pere ou que la photographie de l'atelier d'Histoire, et devenir matricide en pratiquant une cesarienne, ce qu'il fait textuellement dans La Bataille de Pharsale, roman dans lequel il part, dans une seule phrase de cent quarante-sept lignes, sur les traces de Cesar a la recherche de ses origines, Caesar etant le surnom que l'on donnait a Rome a ces enfants tires du sein de leur mere par incision--de caedere, couper.
La palabra suicidio proviene de las expresiones latinas sui caedere, que significa matarse a si mismo.
To decide (from the word caedere, "to cut") means, in fact, to truncate the regression to the infinite, to which is condemned every attempt to build the application of the rule in question upon the structure of a further rule.
38) This is in accordance with Petronius' antagonistic language to describe sex: pugnare, extorquere, caedere, invadere, miles, arma, iniuria, praeda .