Definition of occision
: slaughter applauded their pitiless occision — R. S. Ellery
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Origin and Etymology of occision
Middle English occisioun, from Middle French occision, from Latin occision-, occisio, from occisus (past participle of occidere to kill, from ob- + caedere to cut, strike, kill) + -ion-, -io -ion — more at concise
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