inurn

in·urn

 (ĭn-ûrn′)
tr.v. in·urned, in·urn·ing, in·urns
1. To put in an urn: inurned the ashes of the deceased.
2. To bury or entomb; inter.

inurn

(ɪnˈɜːn)
vb (tr)
1. to place (esp cremated ashes) in an urn
2. a less common word for inter
inˈurnment n

in•urn

(ɪnˈɜrn)

v.t.
1. to put, as ashes from a cremation, into an urn.
2. to bury; inter.
[1595–1605]
in•urn′ment, n.

inurn


Past participle: inurned
Gerund: inurning

Imperative
inurn
inurn
Present
I inurn
you inurn
he/she/it inurns
we inurn
you inurn
they inurn
Preterite
I inurned
you inurned
he/she/it inurned
we inurned
you inurned
they inurned
Present Continuous
I am inurning
you are inurning
he/she/it is inurning
we are inurning
you are inurning
they are inurning
Present Perfect
I have inurned
you have inurned
he/she/it has inurned
we have inurned
you have inurned
they have inurned
Past Continuous
I was inurning
you were inurning
he/she/it was inurning
we were inurning
you were inurning
they were inurning
Past Perfect
I had inurned
you had inurned
he/she/it had inurned
we had inurned
you had inurned
they had inurned
Future
I will inurn
you will inurn
he/she/it will inurn
we will inurn
you will inurn
they will inurn
Future Perfect
I will have inurned
you will have inurned
he/she/it will have inurned
we will have inurned
you will have inurned
they will have inurned
Future Continuous
I will be inurning
you will be inurning
he/she/it will be inurning
we will be inurning
you will be inurning
they will be inurning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been inurning
you have been inurning
he/she/it has been inurning
we have been inurning
you have been inurning
they have been inurning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been inurning
you will have been inurning
he/she/it will have been inurning
we will have been inurning
you will have been inurning
they will have been inurning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been inurning
you had been inurning
he/she/it had been inurning
we had been inurning
you had been inurning
they had been inurning
Conditional
I would inurn
you would inurn
he/she/it would inurn
we would inurn
you would inurn
they would inurn
Past Conditional
I would have inurned
you would have inurned
he/she/it would have inurned
we would have inurned
you would have inurned
they would have inurned
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Harmon's family tried to inurn her in Arlington, but was rejected.
Hyperinflation of the lungs, and increased resistance to airflow, which inurn increases the work of breathing, although imbalances in ventilation Perfusion are seldom marked in as those in chronic bronchitis, derangement sufficient to cause arterial hypoxemia are common.