(Sug`gil*la"tion) n. [L. suggillatio: cf. F. suggillation.] A livid, or black and blue, mark; a
blow; a bruise.
(Su"i*ci`dal) a. Partaking of, or of the nature of, the crime or suicide. Su"i*ci`dal*ly, adv.
(Su"i*cide) n. [L. sui of one's self (akin to suus one's own) + caedere to slay, to kill. Cf. So,
1. The act of taking one's own life voluntary and intentionally; self-murder; specifically (Law), the felonious
killing of one's self; the deliberate and intentional destruction of one's own life by a person of years of
discretion and of sound mind.
2. One guilty of self-murder; a felo-de- se.
3. Ruin of one's own interests. "Intestine war, which may be justly called political suicide." V. Knox.
(Su`i*cid"i*cal) a. Suicidal. [Obs.]
(Su"i*ci*dism) n. The quality or state of being suicidal, or self-murdering. [R.]
(Su"i*cism) n. [L. suus one's own.] Selfishness; egoism. [R.] Whitlock.
(||Su"i gen"e*ris) [L.] Of his or its own kind.
(Su"il*lage) n. [OF. souillage, soillage, fr. souiller, soiller. See Soil to stain, and cf. Sullage.]
A drain or collection of filth. [Obs.] [Written also sulliage, and sullage.] Sir H. Wotton.