The Guillotine originated in France.
An antonym is a word opposite in meaning of another word. There are no antonyms for the word guillotine (a machine designed for carrying out executions by beheading).
No, he was beheaded by guillotine on July 28th, 1794.
Thomas More was a devout Catholic & lost his head to the guillotine because of this.
Devices similar to the Guillotine had been around since the 1200's but the modern guillotine was designed as a result of a French law passed in 1791 that decreed that henceforth all capital punishment should be done by decapitation. Before that some very barbarous techniques were used. Because the state executioner said that decapitation with the sword was unreliable and messy they decided to have another look at the idea proposed some years previously by Dr Guillotin involving the falling blade. The results were so successful that in 1792 it was decided that the gillotine would be the official form of capital punishment in France. Thousands were publically guillotined during the French Revolution. The last time it was used was in 1977. France has since banned capital punishment.
Sonesaksith is originate from Laos to say "Sacred Arrow".
French physician Joseph Ignace Guillotin proposed the use of the guillotine in 1789.
You would likely be killed BY a guillotine if placed IN a guillotine.
Guillotine. It would cut off the heads of the victims, during the Reign of Terror. Certain people thought it was more humane than the old way of killing people [hangings, or beheadings with axe's]. It's believed that even after you were beheaded by the guillotine you could still live up to 30 seconds.
The purpose of guillotine?
There are no perfect rhymes for the word guillotine.
Reflections on the Guillotine was created in 1957.
Dry Guillotine was created in 1938.
Two on a Guillotine was created in 1965.