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Singular
Massacrer

Plural
massacrers

Massacrer (plural massacrers)
  1. One who massacres

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Middle French massacre from Old French macacre, macecle (slaughterhouse, butchery) from Medieval Latin mazacrium "massacre, slaughter, killing", also "the head of a newly killed stag", of Patrono:Gem[[Category:fr:Patrono:Gem derivations|Massacrer]] origin, from basso sassone[[Category:fr:basso sassone derivations|Massacrer]] *matskelen "to massacre" (cf German metzeln "to massacre"), freq. of matsken, matzgen (to cut, hew) from Proto-Germanic *mit-, mait- (to cut) from Proto-Indo-European *mei- (small). Akin to Old High German meizan (to cut), Dutch matsen (to maul, kill), dialectal German metzgern "to butcher, kill", German metzgen (to cut, kill, slaughter cattle), Metzger (a butcher), Metzelei (massacre), Gothic máitan "to cut". Patrono:Rfscript

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Patrono:Fr-verb

  1. to massacre (kill)
  2. (figuratively) to do something badly
    Il a massacré cette chanson - he sung that song really badly (lit. "he massacred that song")

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de:massacrer et:massacrer el:massacrer fr:massacrer io:massacrer hu:massacrer fi:massacrer vi:massacrer

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