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Kevork

verb;
To kill someone, especially for a medical professional to kill a patient. Apparent meaning: To kill someone, especially used to refer to the death of a patient due to a medical professionals’ intentional harmful treatment. Taken from the name of the doctor who intentionally killed terminally ill patients, Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Type of word formation: Eponymy. Possible reason used: References Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the medical doctor who was known to end the lives of terminally ill patients. Its meaning was somewhat generalized, as it was not used to refer to euthanasia but to the death of any patient.
 
He gave the patient fluid and KEVORKED him real quick
Etymology : [eponymy of Dr. ‘Kevorkian’].
Source : EMT in reference to an inappropriate treatment that resulted in the death of the patient
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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