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izdaja [ ženski rod ]

Izdajstvo, izdajništvo, izdajnički čin.

apostasy [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. apostasie, French apostasie, Latin apostasia, from Greek, a standing off from, a defection; apo from + histasthai to stand. Related to Off and Stand.
The act of abandoning a party or cause; SYN. tergiversation.
The state of having rejected one's religious beliefs; SYN. renunciation, defection.
Renunciation of former beliefs.
Desertion from religion or similar body.
Public rejection of one's faith or taking up of another faith. An example of this is Julian the Apostate, a Roman emperor who rejected his Christian upbringing and the growth of Christianity in the Empire and tried to restore the older religions of Rome and Greece. Technically the term is used by the Roman Catholic Church to denote either someone who totally defects from the faith, or the abandonment of religious vows by a monk or nun.

betrayal [ imenica ]
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The quality of aiding an enemy.

covine [ imenica ]
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Collusion; fraud.

guile [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. guile, gile, Old Fren. guile; of German origin, and the same word as Eng. wile. Related to Wile.
Deceitful cunning; artifice; duplicity; wile; treachery.

perfidy [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin perfidia, from Latin perfidus faithless; per (cf. Skr. parâ away) + fides faith: cf. French perfidie. Related to Faith.
Betrayal of a trust; SYN. perfidiousness, treachery.
Treachery; breaking of promise.

perjury [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin perjurium. Related to Perjure.
Criminal offense of making false statements under oath; SYN. bearing false witness, lying under oath.
The offense of deliberately making a false statement on oath (or affirmation) when appearing as a witness in legal proceedings, on a point material to the question at issue. In Britain and the us it is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or both.

treachery [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Old Eng. trecherďe, trichere, Old Fren. trecherie, tricherie, French tricherie trickery, from tricher to cheat, to trick, Old Fren. trichier, trechier; probably of Teutonic origin. Related to Trickery, Trick.
An act of deliberate betrayal; SYN. betrayal, treason, perfidy.

treason [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. tresun, treisun, traisoun, Old Fren. traďson, French trahison, Latin traditio a giving up, a delivering up, from tradere to give up, betray. Related to Traitor, Tradition.
A crime that undermines the offender's government; SYN. high treason, lese majesty.
Disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior; SYN. subversiveness, traitorousness.
Act of betrayal, in particular against the sovereign or the state to which the offender owes allegiance.
In the us, treason is defined in the constitution as the crime of “levying war against [the United States], or adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort”. Congress has the power to declare the punishment for treason.

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