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fu·ner·ar·y

 (fyo͞o′nə-rĕr′ē)
adj.
Of or suitable for a funeral or burial.

[Latin fūnerārius, from fūnus, fūner-, funeral.]

funerary

(ˈfjuːnərərɪ)
adj
of, relating to, or for a funeral

fu•ner•ar•y

(ˈfyu nəˌrɛr i)

adj.
of or pertaining to a funeral or burial: a funerary urn.
[1685–95; < Late Latin fūnerārius. See funeral, -ary]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.funerary - of or for or relating to a funeral; "funerary urn"
Translations

funerary

[ˈfjuːnərərɪ] ADJ (frm) [monument] → funerario; [ceremony] → fúnebre

funerary

[ˈfjuːnərərɪ] adj (frm) → funebre
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The event will raise funds for the Church Conservation Trust and to help with the restoration of four funerary hatchments - paintings produced during the last 300 years to mark the deaths of local dignitaries.
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1) Yet the relationship that is formed between the funerary arts, the deceased, and the attendees of the funeral demonstrates the agency of these art objects in transforming the trajectory of the deceased's next life and the expectations of the living.