vespacide

substance or person who kills wasps

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • vespacide — ˌsīd noun ( s) Etymology: Latin vespa wasp + English cide : one that kills wasps …   Useful english dictionary

  • -cide — The English suffix cide denotes an act related to killing. From Latin caedere to cut, kill, hack (at), strike . In its wider meaning, it may also signify the destruction or dismantling of an object or concept. When attached to a word indicating… …   Wikipedia

  • Killing and Killers — Anyone who has looked at the news lately knows that the human species seems to have an inordinate propensity for killing things. Similarly, anyone looking at this list of 85 terms relating to killing will quickly realize that humans also have an… …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • vespal —   a. pertaining to wasps.    ♦ vespacide, n. substance or person killing wasps …   Dictionary of difficult words

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