Definition of jugulate in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʒʌɡjʊleɪt/


[with object] archaic
Kill (someone) by cutting the throat: they must have been too like the victims which they jugulated


Early 17th century: from Latin jugulat- 'slain by a cut to the throat', from the verb jugulare, from jugulum 'throat' (see jugular).

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