verb[with object] • literary
- Bury: no hand his bones shall gather or inhumeMore example sentences
- It is known that over 5,000 Sarmatians from this area came to Britain after the Marcomannic wars in AD 175; but it is unlikely that the people at Brougham were Sarmatians, as the latter inhumed their dead.
- Birth and death, however, collide in a remarkable way in a number of tombs in the Greek world in which a woman is found inhumed or cremated together with a fetus or neonate.
- It was the living that inhumed the dead, after all.
early 17th century: from Latin inhumare, from in- 'into' + humus 'ground'.
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