cerement definition

  • noun:
    • Cerecloth.
    • A burial garment. Often utilized in the plural.
    • A burial shroud or apparel.
    • Cerecloth.
    • A cerecloth used for the special purpose of enveloping a dead human body whenever embalmed.
    • Any shroud or wrapping when it comes to lifeless.
    • Cloth dipped in melted wax and used in wrapping lifeless figures when they are embalmed; therefore, any grave-cloth; within the plural, grave-clothes in general.
    • The under-cover of an altar-slab.
    • burial garment where a corpse is covered
    • Cerecloth.
    • A burial apparel. Often utilized in the plural.
    • A burial shroud or apparel.
    • Cerecloth.
    • A cerecloth used for the special-purpose of enveloping a-dead body whenever embalmed.
    • Any shroud or wrapping for dead.
    • Cloth dipped in melted wax and utilized in wrapping dead bodies when they're embalmed; for this reason, any grave-cloth; in plural, grave-clothes overall.
    • The under-cover of an altar-slab.
    • burial garment in which a corpse is covered

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