Definitions for "Extirpation"
The act of extirpating or rooting out, or the state of being extirpated; eradication; excision; total destruction; as, the extirpation of weeds from land, of evil from the heart, of a race of men, of heresy.
the process by which an animal or plant that once lived in a region can no longer survive in that region and can no longer be found there; usually due to hunting, habitat loss, or pollution. Bison and bears, for example, have been extirpated from the Mammoth Cave region but still survive elsewhere.
removing, destroying, pulling up extermination or otherwise making extinct (Morris 1992).
the act of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from existence
the act or state of being entirely destroyed or driven out. Faulting: the process of splitting or moving that creates faults, or fractures.
the total removal of a diseased organ or body part
The complete removal of a particular type of organism from an area, usually a specified geographic area.
surgical removal of a body part or tissue