Did you by any chance mean code?
Sorry, no definitions found.
“The root of the verb comes from the Latin cise or cide, meaning to cut, as in incise, circumcise and most importantly in this context, to decide.”
“The outcome only depends on the "cide" you are on ... infanticide, homicide, fratricide, or genocide.”
“The outcome only depends on the "cide" you are on … infanticide, homicide, fratricide, or genocide.”
“An 'if you's got time, Mahs'r Morris, I'd be pow'ful glad ter tell you de par'ble, an' let you 'cide 'tween us. ”
“It was in this context that a Polish Jewish lawyer named Raphael Lemkin had coined the term genocide, by which he meant "the destruction of a nation or of an ethnic group," in his 1944 book, Axis Rule in Occupied Europe, "from the ancient Greek word genos (race, tribe) and the Latin cide (killing).”
“While there is no guarantee they will now cide with Obama.”
“As a result, I've managed to avoid potential cover-cide on at least one occasion.”
“I think Cromwell was even more reviled for Santa-cide than regicide on his native turf (I mean Father Christmas, of course, since Santa is a later invention).”
“John Wayne, no fan of genre-cide, denounced the picture for subverting the western.”
“However, Mr. Ehlert does back away from total porker-cide, if only for reasons of practicality:”
Looking for tweets for cide.