Inurn - definition of inurn by The Free Dictionary
in·urn (ĭn-ûrn′) tr.v. in·urned
in·urns 1. To put in an urn: inurned the ashes of the deceased. 2. To bury or entomb; inter. inurn ( ɪnˈɜːn) vb
1. to place (esp cremated ashes) in an urn 2.
a less common word for
inˈurnment n in•urn (ɪnˈɜrn) v.t.
1. to put, as ashes from a cremation, into an urn.
2. to bury; inter.
in•urn′ment, n. inurn Past participle: inurned Gerund: inurning Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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