Matricide

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Matricide is the act of one deliberately murdering one's own mother.

White males are overwhelmingly likely to commit matricide, and the motive is usually physical and/or emotional abuse.[1] Committing matricide simultaneously breaks two of the Ten Commandments- disrespecting one's mother, and murder. Salvation from matricide is possible with sincere penance to God for these sins, though such penance is very unlikely.

Etymology[edit]

The word is Latin, with mater meaning "mother", and the suffix -cide originating from caedere meaning "to kill".[2]

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