Definition of stillicide
1 archaic : a continual dripping
2 Roman, civil, & Scots law : the servitude of eavesdrop binding a servient tenement to receive from the dominant tenement rainwater from the eaves of a building located on the latter
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Origin and Etymology of stillicide
Latin stillicidium, from stilli- (from stilla drop) + -cidium (from cadere to fall)
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