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Mayhem | Definition of Mayhem by Merriam-Webster
Mayhem Has Legal Roots. Legally speaking, mayhem refers to the gruesome crime of deliberately causing an injury that permanently disfigures another. The name derives via Middle English from the Anglo-French verb maheimer ("to maim") and is probably of Germanic origin; our own verb "to maim" comes from the same ancestor. The disfigurement sense first appeared in English in the 15th century.
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Mayhem definition, the crime of willfully inflicting a bodily injury on another so as to make the victim less capable of self-defense or, under modern statutes, so as to cripple or mutilate the victim. See more.
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Mayhem is a Norwegian black metal band formed in 1984 in Oslo, Norway.They were one of the founders of the Norwegian black metal scene and their music has strongly influenced the black metal genre. Mayhem's early career was highly controversial, primarily due to their notorious live performances, the 1991 suicide of vocalist Per Yngve Ohlin ("Dead") and the 1993 murder of guitarist Øystein ...
Mayhem - definition of mayhem by The Free Dictionary
1. (Law) law the wilful and unlawful infliction of injury upon a person, esp (formerly) the injuring or removing of a limb rendering him less capable of defending himself against attack
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Something, Mayhem decided, had come up during transmigration. It did not seem possible, Mayhem thought now, that a mistake could be made. Mayhem dabbed at his Sirian forehead gratefully, mopping at sweat.
Mayhem legal definition of mayhem -
mayhem. 1) n. the criminal act of disabling, disfiguring, or cutting off or making useless one of the members (leg, arm, hand, foot, eye) of another either intentionally or in a fight, called maiming.