[mur-duh-ree] /ˌmɜr dəˈri/
a murderer’s victim or intended victim.
[mur-der-er] /ˈmɜr dər ər/ noun 1. a person who commits . Idioms 2. murderers’ row, n. mid-14c., alteration of murtherer (c.1300), agent noun from murder (v.); in part from Old French mordrere, from Medieval Latin murdrarius, from Germanic. Old English words for this included morðorcwalu, morðorslaga, morðorwyrhta, literally “murder-wright.” The original murderer’s row was in […]
noun 1. a verse drama (1935) by T. S. Eliot.
[mur-der-is] /ˈmɜr dər ɪs/ noun 1. a woman who commits murder.
noun 1. first-degree murder. See under (def 1). noun phrase The criminal offense of murder in the first degree: when he did get to trial, and they were going to go for murder one (1971+)