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Definition of Charnel
CharnelCharnel Char"nel, a. [F. charnel carnal, fleshly, fr. L.
carnalis. See Carnal.]
Containing the bodies of the dead. ``Charnel vaults.'
Charnel house, a tomb, vault, cemetery, or other place
where the bones of the dead are deposited; originally, a
place for the bones thrown up when digging new graves in
old burial grounds.
Charnel Char"nel, n.
A charnel house; a grave; a cemetery.
In their proud charnel of Thermopyl[ae]. --Byron.
Meaning of Charnel from wikipedia
- A charnel house
is a vault
or building where human skeletal remains
are stored. They are often built
for depositing bones
that are unearthed...
- A charnel ground
(Devanagari: श्मशान; Romanized
Sanskrit: śmaśān; Tibetan
pronunciation: durtrö; Tibetan: དུར་ཁྲོད, Wylie: dur khrod), in concrete
- The Charnel House
(Le Charnier) is a c.1944–1948 painting
by Spanish artist Pablo
Pic****o (1881–1973), purportedly dealing
with the **** genocide
- The Charnel House
is a 2016 horror
Moss and written
by Chad Israel
Isler. The film stars Callum
of in the Charnel ground
or in a Sky burial. The products
from the charnel ground
are the charnel ground ornaments
such as the i)...
and Willis Stryker
in Luke Cage. and his role in The Charnel House
(2016). Erik LaRay Harvey
when he saw a theatrical...
- ascetic Shaiva
sadhus. They engage
in post-mortem rites. They often dwell
grounds, smear cremation ashes
bodies, and use bones
- The Charnel Prince
is a fantasy novel
by Greg Keyes. It is a sequel
to The Briar
King and the second
book of The Kingdoms
and Bone. In this sequel...
with the project Charnel
Valley, for which
he pla**** drums, wrote lyrics
and shared songwriting duties
with Worm. The two Charnel Valley albums
- underworld. She lived
in the dark earth, and her shrines
with charnel houses
and mausoleums. Burney, C. A. (2004). Historical dictionary
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