Translations into Latin:
- interfector(noun, noun (m.; 3rd declension) masculine )person who kills
- necātorperson who kills
- interfectrix(noun, noun (f.; 3rd declension) feminine )
- occisor(noun masculine )
That which kills.
A person who has commited murder.
A diacritic mark used in Indic scripts to suppress an inherent vowel (e.g., the Hindi viram, the Bengali or Oriya hasanta) or render the entire syllable silent (e.g., the Burmese virama, the Khmer toandakhiat).
(sports) A knockout form of darts involving several players
a diacritic mark
(figuratively) That which causes stress or is extremely difficult, especially that which may cause failure at a task.
(figuratively) Something that is so far ahead of its competition that it effectively kills off that competition.
(slang) Excellent, very good.