funeral

  • 1 Funeral — Fu ner*al, a. [LL. funeralis. See {Funeral}, n.] Pertaining to a funeral; used at the interment of the dead; as, funeral rites, honors, or ceremonies. Shak. [1913 Webster] {Funeral pile} or {Funeral pyre}, a structure of combustible material,… …

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  • 2 Funeral — Студийный альбом Arcade Fire Дата выпуска 14 сентября 2004 …

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  • 3 funeral — (n.) mid 15c., from M.Fr. funérailles (pl.) funeral rites (15c.), from M.L. funeralia funeral rites, originally neuter plural of L.L. funeralis having to do with a funeral, from L. funus (gen. funeris) funeral, funeral procession, burial rites;… …

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  • 4 Funeral — Fu ner*al (f[=u] n[ e]r*al), n. [LL. funeralia, prop. neut. pl. of funeralis of a funeral, fr. L. funus, funeris, funeral: cf. F. fun[ e]railles.] 1. The solemn rites used in the disposition of a dead human body, whether such disposition be by… …

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  • 5 Funeral — Album par Arcade Fire Sortie 14 septembre 2004 et 28 février 2005 Durée 48:12 Genre Indie Rock Label …

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  • 6 funeral — adjetivo 1. Del entierro o las exequias: La misa funeral será el lunes. Sinónimo: funerario. sustantivo masculino 1. Ceremonia religiosa que se hace por un difunto: Se celebró ayer un solemne funeral. Al funeral asistió muchísima gente …

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  • 7 funeral — ► NOUN ▪ a ceremony in which a dead person is buried or cremated. ● it s one s funeral Cf. ↑it s one s funeral ORIGIN Latin funeralia, from funus funeral, death, corpse …

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  • 8 funeral — [fyo͞o′nər əl] adj. [ME < LL funeralis < L funus (gen. funeris), a funeral < ? IE * dheu , to pass away, DIE1] of or having to do with a funeral n. [ME funerelles (pl.) < OFr funerailles < ML funeralia < neut. pl. of funeralis]… …

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  • 9 Funeral — Studioalbum von Arcade Fire Veröffentlichung 2004 (Europa 2005) Label Rough Trade Records …

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  • 10 funéral — ⇒FUNÉRAL, ALE, AUX, adj. Rare. Qui a rapport aux funérailles. Cérémonies funérales. Narcisse... (...) effeuille aux mânes du défunt Sur ce vide tombeau la funérale rose (VALÉRY, Alb. vers anc., 1900, p. 83). Au fig. Lugubre. La gondole, espèce de …

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  • 11 funeral — s. m. 1. Condução aparatosa de um cadáver. 2. Virada para baixo (a arma). 3. Oblíquas (as vergas do navio). • adj. 2 g. 4. Fúnebre; funéreo. 5. em funeral: a meia haste (a bandeira) …

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  • 12 funeral — (Del lat. funerālis). 1. adj. Perteneciente o relativo al entierro y a las exequias. 2. m. Pompa y solemnidad con que se hace un entierro o unas exequias. 3. exequias. U. t. en pl. con el mismo significado que en sing.) ☛ V. cuarta funeral …

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  • 13 funéral — funéral, ale (entrée créée par le supplément) (fu né ral , ra l ) adj. Qui a rapport aux funérailles. •   À la fin de cette saison funérale, tout ce qui vit ou végète aura péri, BRILLATSAVARIN Phys. du goût, Méd. X, 54 (voy. au Dictionnaire, au… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 14 funeral — funèrāl m <G funerála> DEFINICIJA reg. zast. pogreb ETIMOLOGIJA tal. funerale …

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  • 15 funeral — [n] ceremony for the dead burial, cremation, entombment, exequies, funeration, inhumation, interment, last rites, obit, obsequies, planting, requiem, sepulture, services, solemnities; concepts 172,386 Ant. baptism, christening …

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  • 16 Funeral — This article is about the ceremony. For other uses, see Funeral (disambiguation). The funeral of Pope John Paul II A funeral is a ceremony for celebrating, sanctifying, or remembering the life of a person who has died. Funerary customs comprise… …

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  • 17 funeral — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ family ▪ private ▪ The family held a private funeral. ▪ public ▪ church ▪ …

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  • 18 funeral — 01. His father just died, so he has to take some time off work to arrange the [funeral] and all that. 02. The [funeral] of Mahatma Gandhi was attended by millions of people. 03. The global audience for the [funeral] of Princess Diana was… …

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  • 19 funeral — fu|ne|ral [ˈfju:nərəl] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Late Latin; Origin: funeralis, from Latin funus funeral ] 1.) a religious ceremony for burying or cremating (=burning) someone who has died →↑burial, cremation ↑cremation ▪ The funeral will be held at… …

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  • 20 funeral — n. & adj. n. 1 a the burial or cremation of a dead person with its ceremonies. b a burial or cremation procession. c US a burial or cremation service. 2 sl. one s (usu. unpleasant) concern (that s your funeral). attrib.adj. of or used etc. at a… …

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