n. The suicide of a child that occurs after that child has been bullied or harassed.
Brenda High of Washington state began Bully Police USA as she pressed a wrongful-death lawsuit against her son's school district. Jared High was 13 when he committed suicide (now often referred to as bullycide) in 1998 after being bullied at school.
—Trylla Crosby, “Woman works to stop bullying in schools,” Norfolk Daily News, April 02, 2007
Adolescent psychologist and Beyondblue representative Michael Carr-Greggsaid there had been six or seven cases of "bullycide" in Victoria — where children had committed suicide as a result of forms of bullying including internet and SMS harassment.
—Verity Edwards, “Net link probed in teen suicides,” The Australian, November 13, 2006
2001 (earliest)
—Neil Marr & Tim Field, Bullycide: Death at Playtime, Success Unlimited, January 30, 2001