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in·hume

 (ĭn-hyo͞om′)
tr.v. in·humed, in·hum·ing, in·humes
To place in a grave; bury.

[French inhumer, from Old French, from Latin inhumāre : in-, in; see in-2 + humus, earth; see dhghem- in Indo-European roots.]

in′hu·ma′tion n.
in·hum′er n.
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Noun1.inhumation - the ritual placing of a corpse in a graveinhumation - the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave
funeral - a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated; "hundreds of people attended his funeral"

inhumation

noun
An act of placing a body in a grave or tomb:
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inhumation

[ˌɪnhjuːˈmeɪʃən] Ninhumación f

inhumation

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The execution of all the works and supplies necessary for the execution of cemetery operations, Namely: Reception of bodies, Burials, Inhumations, Estumulations, Exhumations, Reconnaissance, Translations, Estumulations-conditioning, Collection, Transport and disposal of materials resulting from residual operations and coffins from exhumations or estumulations;
In total, 189 primary inhumations were excavated from this site (Schats 2016).
166) Pour un apercu du cadre legislatif quebecois, voir Loi sur les inhumations et les exhumations, RLRQ, cI-11; Loi sur la protection des sepultures des anciens combattants et des sepultures de guerre, RLRQ, c P-39.
This suggests that additional work might uncover variations in proto-historic Thala Borivat inhumations, which date between 100 BCE and 300 CE (table 2).
34) Together with the uncertainty surrounding the time-span between the two inhumations, this makes it possible to extend the hypothetical parental ties to the combination grandfather/grandmother + granddaughter/grandson.
The human osteological assemblage of the site has been examined by Leiu Heapost, but this study was never published or reported, except for the final conclusion on the minimum number of inhumations.
Les epreuves causees par la mort de plusieurs personnes, les conditions de leurs inhumations, la longue duree d'enfermement, ont ete source de crise de folie et de nombreuses maladies somatiques pour les femmes et les hommes, rapporte l'auteur.
14]C ages: Isotopic data from Watom Island, Papua New Guinea inhumations and pig teeth in light of new dietary standards.
Observation of inhumations at Predynastic Hierakonpolis by the reviewer has shown that preserved fragments of the shroud in which the body was originally wrapped can be found adhering to any part of the body.
The thoroughness with which preliminary debates on such matters as pastoral care in the early Anglo-Saxon period and the interpretation of furnished inhumations arranged in large cemeteries are canvassed doubtless reflects the book's origin as a PhD thesis.
Individual burials were documented in all the type A hypogea from Outeiro Alto 2, just as in most of the hypogea that were dug in Torre Velha 3--in 20 individual inhumations in the funerary chambers of the hypogea, only in 5 were reductions documented, and 1 double inhumation (Alves et al.
Excavations at the cemetery in 1967-72 revealed 444 inhumation and seven cremation graves, and the recent six-season project revealed another 307 inhumations and 25 cremations.