Pronunciation: \ˈmā-ˌhem, ˈmā-əm\
Etymology: Middle English mayme, mahaime, from Anglo-French mahaim mutilation, mayhem, from maheimer, mahaigner to maim, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Middle High German meiden gelding, Old Norse meitha to injure
Date: 15th century
1 a: willful and permanent deprivation of a bodily member resulting in the impairment of a person's fighting ability
b: willful and permanent crippling, mutilation, or disfigurement of any part of the body
2: needless or willful damage or violence
Could have probably found a better word for the PEACE and JUSTICE Center...