Word: sepulchre

Category: sepulchre

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Synonyms: sepulchre

tomb, vault, burial chamber, mausoleum, crypt, undercroft, catacomb, grave, sepulture

Translations: sepulchre

spanish
sepulcro, sepultura, tumba, sepulcro de


german
düster, grab

french
sépulcre

italian
sepolcro, tomba, sepoltura, sepolcro di

portuguese
sepulcro, sepultura, túmulo, sepulcher

dutch
graf, sepulcher, grafgewelf

russian
могила, склеп, гробница

norwegian
graven, grav, graven for

swedish
graven, grav, sepulcher, sepulchren

finnish
hauta, hautakammio, hautaan, haudalle, hautaa

danish
Grav, Graven

czech
hrob, hrobka, náhrobek, ostříhati hrobu

polish
grób, grobowiec, grobu, sepulcher, grobem

hungarian
síremlék, sírjába, sírhoz, sírboltjába

turkish
gömüt, sepulcher, türbe, türbesi, mezar

greek
μνήμα, τάφος, τάφο, μνημείον

ukrainian
гробниця, гробницю, могила, гробница

albanian
varr, varri, varr i, varri i, varros

bulgarian
гроб, гробница, гроба, гробът, гробницата

belarusian
грабніца, магільня, магіла, грабніцы, усыпальня

estonian
haud, hauda, on haua, haua eest

croatian
grobnica, grob, grob u, grobnicu, sarkofag

icelandic
gröf

lithuanian
kapas, kapas tebėra, grób, Kapavietė, Kapenes

latvian
kaps, kapenes, apsargāt kapu, kāpa

macedonian
гроб, гробот, гробницата, гробница

romanian
mormânt, mormântul, mormînt, mormîntul, cavou

slovenian
grob, grobnica

slovak
hrob, hrobu

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The meaning and "use of": sepulchre

noun
  • a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, in which a dead person is laid or buried.

verb
  • lay or bury in or as if in a sepulcher.

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