English to Latin Meaning of funeral - funus

Funeral :

funus, luctus, Data visceratio, post miseriam, & auge

funus, luctus, et cantabitur, hexametris pentametrisque, miseranda coorta est, cum benivolentia, atri funeris exesa

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Definitions of funeral in English
Noun(1) a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated
Examples of funeral in English
(1) Friends and family later attended the funeral service at The Knowle, followed by cremation at Oakworth.(2) Marion was unable to travel from America but was able to attend the funeral service in Sydney.(3) Recently I attended the funeral service of a man who retired less than one year ago.(4) The gentleman was on his way to Oklahoma with his wife and six kids to preach a funeral .(5) the community would call him to preach the funeral(6) She was trussed up in a fashion resembling preparation for a ritual funeral service.(7) The villages through which the funeral passed had all the shutters up in respect for his memory.(8) Among those attending the funeral service were representatives from a host of other clubs and other sports.(9) The large attendances at his funeral services showed the deep respect in which he was held in the parish.(10) The couple attended the funeral service with their younger daughter, Sarah, 14.(11) His funeral service had to be delayed owing to his death being so far away from home.(12) her funeral had to pass(13) The funeral service will be held at York Crematorium on Friday, August 10 at a time still to be announced.(14) The funeral service and cremation will be held at Scholemoor Cemetery tomorrow at 1pm.(15) Shocked regulars are holding a wake for him at the pub after his funeral service at Southend Crematorium next Tuesday.(16) Today we travel down to the West to do the funeral service and burial for Grandma on Saturday.
Related Phrases of funeral
(1) funeral home ::
funus domum
(2) funeral pyre ::
rogum ardentem
(3) funeral service ::
funus servitium
(4) funeral parlor ::
funus cenaculo
(5) funeral ceremony ::
funus ceremonia
(6) funeral director ::
funus director
(7) funeral procession ::
videntique funus indicitur
(8) funeral march ::
funus Martii
(9) funeral expenses ::
funus expensas
(10) state funeral ::
statu funus
1. burial ::
2. interment ::
ut sepeliantur
4. committal ::
6. laying to rest ::
imposito quietem
9. last offices ::
tandem officiis
10. memorial service ::
in memoriam muneris
11. sepulture ::
cænam funerishæres Negliget
Different Forms
funeral, funerals
Word Example from TV Shows
for the funeral
of his grandfather Lord Hoster Tully.

for the FUNERAL of his grandfather Lord Hoster Tully.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3

My aunt's funeral?

My aunt's FUNERAL?

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17

My grandfather's
funeral is not a distraction.

My grandfather's FUNERAL is not a distraction.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2

Funeral words.
I don't know how the free folk do it.

Funeral words. I don't know how the free folk do it.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 10

You're barring me from attending
my own daughter's funeral?

You're barring me from attending my own daughter's FUNERAL?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2

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