hospit- + -cide
From Latin hospiticīda, from hospes (“host” or “guest”) (stem: hospit-) + -cīda (“killer”) (from caedō (“I kill”)); compare English -cide.
(countable and uncountable, plural hospiticides)
From Latin *hospiticīdium, from hospes, hospit- + -cīdium (“killing”); compare English -cide.
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