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Date: 1100-1200
Language: Old French
Origin: sepulcre, from Latin sepulcrum, from sepelire 'to bury'

sepulchre

noun
     
Related topics: Death, Buildings
sep‧ul‧chre British English ; sepulcher American English [countable] old use
TBBMX a small room or building in which the bodies of dead people were put

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