Tyrion, now on the lam for patricide by crossbow, is destined for an unknown foreign port like a diminutive Edward Snowden.
Which is the greatest penalty proportional to the crime of patricide?
This was laughed at before the shadow of Booth's patricide was cast ahead.
There was a time when the ancient Romans did not think that there existed such a crime as patricide; and hence it is.
Incest with his mother is one of the sins of Oedipus, patricide the other.
As in similar psychological situations, patricide and matricide followed.
"But even there infanticide was more popular than patricide," Farrell pointed out.
1. "person who kills his father" (1590s), 2. "act of killing one's father" (1620s), from Middle French patricide in both senses, from 1. Latin patricida "murderer of a father," 2. Latin patricidium, from pater "father" + 1. cida "killer," 2. cidium "killing" (see -cide).