Associations to the word «Funeral»
FUNERAL, adjective. Related to a ceremony in honor of a deceased person.
FUNERAL, noun. A ceremony to honour and remember a deceased person. Often distinguished from a memorial service by the presence of the body of the deceased.
FUNERAL, noun. (dated) (chiefly in the plural) A funeral sermon.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR, noun. An undertaker, one who arranges funerals
FUNERAL DIRECTORS, noun. Plural of funeral director
FUNERAL HOME, noun. A mortuary where the friends and relatives of the deceased may attend a wake, or pay their last respects.
FUNERAL HOMES, noun. Plural of funeral home
FUNERAL MARCH, noun. (music) A slow march in a "simple duple" meter, often played at funerals.
FUNERAL PARLOR, noun. (US) a mortuary or funeral home
FUNERAL PARLORS, noun. Plural of funeral parlor
FUNERAL PARLOUR, noun. Alternative spelling of funeral parlor
FUNERAL POTATOES, noun. (US) A casserole of hash browns or cubed potatoes, cheese, and onions, in a creamy soup or sauce.
FUNERAL, noun. A ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated; "hundreds of people attended his funeral".
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