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slaughter

Τὰ πάντα ῥεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει → Everything flows and nothing stands still
Heraclitus

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substantive

P. and V. σφαγή, ἡ. V. πρόσφαγμα τό.

murder: P. and V. φόνος, ὁ, Ar. and V. φοναί, αἱ.

verb transitive

P. and V. σφάζειν, φονεύειν; see kill, murder.

Translations

slaughter

Albanian: masakër, therje; Arabic: مَذْبَحَة‎, تَقْتِيل‎; Armenian: կոտորած, սպանդ; Azerbaijani: qətliam; Belarusian: разня, бойня, разні́ца; Bulgarian: сеч, клане; Catalan: matança, massacre; Chinese Mandarin: 屠殺, 屠杀, 慘案, 惨案, 慘殺, 惨杀, 殺戮, 杀戮; Czech: masakr; Dutch: slachtpartij, bloedbad, afslachting; Estonian: tapatalg; Finnish: teurastus, joukkomurha, verilöyly; French: carnage, tuerie, massacre; Galician: matanza; German: Schlachtung, Schlächterei, Gemetzel, Metzelei; Greek: σφαγή; Hebrew: טֶבַח‎; Hungarian: mészárlás, öldöklés; Irish: ár, eirleach; Old Irish: ár; Italian: mattanza, carneficina, massacro, massacro; Japanese: 虐殺, 惨殺, 殺戮; Korean: 학살(虐殺); Kurdish Central Kurdish: سەر بڕین‎; Latin: trucidatio, nex; Latvian: slaktiņš; Lithuanian: žudynės, skerdynės; Macedonian: колеж, масакр; Maori: hingahinga, parewhero, whakapiko, tarukenga, wharona awatea, parekura; Norwegian Bokmål: slakt; Persian: کشتار‎; Polish: rzeź, pogrom, masakra; Portuguese: carnificina, matança, massacre, chacina; Romanian: măcel; Russian: резня, массовое убийство, бойня; Scottish Gaelic: àr; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: по̀кољ, клање; Roman: pòkolj, klánje}; Slovak: masaker, masakra; Slovene: pokol, masaker; Spanish: matanza, masacre, carnicería; Swedish: massaker, slakt; Turkish: katletme, katliam; Ukrainian: різня, різанина, бойня, масакра; Volapük: mipug; Yiddish: הריגה‎

to slaughter

Arabic: ذَبَحَ‎; Egyptian Arabic: دبح‎; Armenian: մորթել; Bengali: হত্যা; Bulgarian: коля; Czech: porazit, porážet; Danish: slagte; Dutch: slachten; Finnish: teurastaa, lahdata; German: schlachten, schächten; Alemannic German: metzge; Greek: σφάζω; Ancient Greek: σφάζω; Italian: macellare; Malay: menyembelih; Maori: patu miti; Nahuatl: mictia; Norwegian: slakte; Polish: szlachtować, zaszlachtować, zarzynać, rżnąć, zarżnąć, bić; Portuguese: matar, abater; Romanian: măcelări, tăia, omorî; Spanish: matar; Swedish: slakta; Turkish: kesmek; Volapük: pugön, benopugön