Feticide

Feticide (or foeticide) is an act that causes the death of a fetus. ==Etymology== The suffix -icide is added in place of fetus` last syllable. It derives back to occido, a Latin term meaning `to fell or to kill.` Other examples include homicide, genocide, infanticide, matricide, and regicide. ==Fetal homicide== ===Laws in the United States=== I...
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Feticide

Fe'ti·cide noun [ Written also fœticide .] [ Fetus + Latin caedere to kill.] (Med. & Law) The act of killing the fetus in the womb; the offense of procuring an abortion.
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feticide

Destruction of the embryo or foetus in the uterus. ... Origin: L. Fetus + caedo, to kill ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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feticide

(fe´tĭ-sīd) destruction of the fetus.
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Feticide

• (n.) The act of killing the fetus in the womb; the offense of procuring an abortion.
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feticide

feticide, foeticide. 1. The destruction or killing of the fetus or causing an abortion. 2. The destruction of the embryo or foetus in the uterus. 3. The intentional destruction of a human fetus; for example, by using an agent or drug. Feticide, as a legal term, refers to the deliberate or incidental killing of a fetus as a result of a human act;
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Feticide

Intentional destruction of the embryo or fetus in the uterus. Feticide typically refers to an incident in which an individual pushes or kicks a pregnant woman in the abdomen, pushes the pregnant female down the stairs or otherwise harms her while she is carrying a fetus. Feticide can also refer to an abortion.
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feticide

Type: Term Pronunciation: fē′ti-sīd Definitions: 1. Destruction of the embryo or fetus in the uterus.
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feticide

killing of a fetus
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