obit definition

  • noun:
    • casual An obituary.
    • an obituary
    • Death; decease; the day of one's demise.
    • A funeral solemnity or company; obsequies.
    • A service for the heart of a deceased individual regarding anniversary associated with day's his demise.
    • just like obituary; -- by shortenting.
    • Death; decease; the fact or period of death.
    • A religious solution for you dead, preceding the interment; the office when it comes to lifeless.
    • The anniversary of someone's demise, or a site or observance on the anniversary of his death (also called an annal, yearly, or 12 months's mind); more especially, a memorial service on anniversary for the death of the president or benefactor of a church, college, or any other establishment. In old authors also spelled obite, obyte.
    • The sinking of a star or earth underneath the horizon; environment.
    • a notice of somebody's death; frequently includes a quick biography

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