cide


cide
cide s. m. Título honorífico árabe correspondente a príncipe ou senhor.

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  • Cide —   District   Gideros bay, Cide …   Wikipedia

  • -cide — ♦ Élément, du lat. cædere « tuer » : coricide, fratricide, génocide, homicide, insecticide, parricide, régicide, suicide. cide élément, du lat. caedes, caedis, action d abattre, meurtre . ⇒ CIDE, suff. Suff. issu du verbe lat. caedere dont il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Cide — ist: Cide (Türkei), eine Stadt am Schwarzen Meer in der Provinz Kastamonu in der Türkei CIDE ist die Abkürzung von: Collaborative International Dictionary of English, ein gemeinschaftlich gepflegtes, frei im Internet verfügbares Englisch… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • CIDE — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El acrónimo CIDE puede referirse a: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica Centro Público del Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología de México. Centro de Investigaciones sobre Desertificación Centro de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • -cide — killer, from Fr. cide, from L. cida cutter, killer, slayer, from cidere, comb. form of caedere to strike down, chop, beat, hew, fell, slay, from PIE *kae id , from root * (s)k(h)ai to strike (Pokorny, not in Watkins; Cf. Skt. skhidati beats,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • CIDE — may stand for:*Collaborative International Dictionary of English, *CIDE, a Canadian radio station in Sioux Lookout, Ontario. *Coordinación de Informaciones de Estado, a defunct Argentine intelligence agency. *Centro de Investigación y Docencia… …   Wikipedia

  • -cide — [sīd] [< Fr or L; Fr cide < L cida < caedere, to cut down, kill < IE base * (s)k(h)ai , to strike > MDu heien] suffix forming nouns 1. a killer [pesticide] 2. a killing [genocide] …   English World dictionary

  • -cide — ► COMBINING FORM 1) denoting a person or substance that kills: insecticide. 2) denoting an act of killing: suicide. ORIGIN from Latin cida, cidium, from caedere to kill …   English terms dictionary

  • cide — /sīd/ transitive verb A proposed emendation for Shakespeare s ‘side’, as if aphetic for ↑decide, to adjudge …   Useful english dictionary

  • cide — co·in·cide; cu·li·cide; de·cide; ex·cide; fac·ti·cide; fas·ci·ol·i·cide; fe·li·cide; fe·ti·cide; fi·lar·i·cide; fil·i·cide; for·mi·cide; fun·gi·cide; ga·me·to·cide; gen·o·cide; ger·mi·cide; glu·cide; her·bi·cide; homi·cide; in·cide; lou·si·cide;… …   English syllables