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Augurial
Augurial Au*gu"ri*al, a. [L. augurialis.] Relating to augurs or to augury. --Sir T. Browne.
Burial
Burial Bur"i*al, n. [OE. buriel, buriels, grave, tomb, AS. byrgels, fr. byrgan to bury, and akin to OS. burgisli sepulcher.] 1. A grave; a tomb; a place of sepulture. [Obs.] The erthe schook, and stoones weren cloven, and biriels weren opened. --Wycliff [Matt. xxvii. 51, 52]. 2. The act of burying; depositing a dead body in the earth, in a tomb or vault, or in the water, usually with attendant ceremonies; sepulture; interment. ``To give a public burial.' --Shak. Now to glorious burial slowly borne. --Tennyson. Burial case, a form of coffin, usually of iron, made to close air-tight, for the preservation of a dead body. Burial ground, a piece of ground selected and set apart for a place of burials, and consecrated to such use by religious ceremonies. Burial place, any place where burials are made. Burial service. (a) The religious service performed at the interment of the dead; a funeral service. (b) That portion of a liturgy which is read at an interment; as, the English burial service. Syn: Sepulture; interment; inhumation.
Burial case
Burial Bur"i*al, n. [OE. buriel, buriels, grave, tomb, AS. byrgels, fr. byrgan to bury, and akin to OS. burgisli sepulcher.] 1. A grave; a tomb; a place of sepulture. [Obs.] The erthe schook, and stoones weren cloven, and biriels weren opened. --Wycliff [Matt. xxvii. 51, 52]. 2. The act of burying; depositing a dead body in the earth, in a tomb or vault, or in the water, usually with attendant ceremonies; sepulture; interment. ``To give a public burial.' --Shak. Now to glorious burial slowly borne. --Tennyson. Burial case, a form of coffin, usually of iron, made to close air-tight, for the preservation of a dead body. Burial ground, a piece of ground selected and set apart for a place of burials, and consecrated to such use by religious ceremonies. Burial place, any place where burials are made. Burial service. (a) The religious service performed at the interment of the dead; a funeral service. (b) That portion of a liturgy which is read at an interment; as, the English burial service. Syn: Sepulture; interment; inhumation.
Burial ground
Burial Bur"i*al, n. [OE. buriel, buriels, grave, tomb, AS. byrgels, fr. byrgan to bury, and akin to OS. burgisli sepulcher.] 1. A grave; a tomb; a place of sepulture. [Obs.] The erthe schook, and stoones weren cloven, and biriels weren opened. --Wycliff [Matt. xxvii. 51, 52]. 2. The act of burying; depositing a dead body in the earth, in a tomb or vault, or in the water, usually with attendant ceremonies; sepulture; interment. ``To give a public burial.' --Shak. Now to glorious burial slowly borne. --Tennyson. Burial case, a form of coffin, usually of iron, made to close air-tight, for the preservation of a dead body. Burial ground, a piece of ground selected and set apart for a place of burials, and consecrated to such use by religious ceremonies. Burial place, any place where burials are made. Burial service. (a) The religious service performed at the interment of the dead; a funeral service. (b) That portion of a liturgy which is read at an interment; as, the English burial service. Syn: Sepulture; interment; inhumation.
Burial place
Burial Bur"i*al, n. [OE. buriel, buriels, grave, tomb, AS. byrgels, fr. byrgan to bury, and akin to OS. burgisli sepulcher.] 1. A grave; a tomb; a place of sepulture. [Obs.] The erthe schook, and stoones weren cloven, and biriels weren opened. --Wycliff [Matt. xxvii. 51, 52]. 2. The act of burying; depositing a dead body in the earth, in a tomb or vault, or in the water, usually with attendant ceremonies; sepulture; interment. ``To give a public burial.' --Shak. Now to glorious burial slowly borne. --Tennyson. Burial case, a form of coffin, usually of iron, made to close air-tight, for the preservation of a dead body. Burial ground, a piece of ground selected and set apart for a place of burials, and consecrated to such use by religious ceremonies. Burial place, any place where burials are made. Burial service. (a) The religious service performed at the interment of the dead; a funeral service. (b) That portion of a liturgy which is read at an interment; as, the English burial service. Syn: Sepulture; interment; inhumation.
Burial service
Burial Bur"i*al, n. [OE. buriel, buriels, grave, tomb, AS. byrgels, fr. byrgan to bury, and akin to OS. burgisli sepulcher.] 1. A grave; a tomb; a place of sepulture. [Obs.] The erthe schook, and stoones weren cloven, and biriels weren opened. --Wycliff [Matt. xxvii. 51, 52]. 2. The act of burying; depositing a dead body in the earth, in a tomb or vault, or in the water, usually with attendant ceremonies; sepulture; interment. ``To give a public burial.' --Shak. Now to glorious burial slowly borne. --Tennyson. Burial case, a form of coffin, usually of iron, made to close air-tight, for the preservation of a dead body. Burial ground, a piece of ground selected and set apart for a place of burials, and consecrated to such use by religious ceremonies. Burial place, any place where burials are made. Burial service. (a) The religious service performed at the interment of the dead; a funeral service. (b) That portion of a liturgy which is read at an interment; as, the English burial service. Syn: Sepulture; interment; inhumation.
Centurial
Centurial Cen*tu"ri*al, a. [L. See Century.] Of or pertaining to a century; as, a centurial sermon. [R.]
Curial
Curial Cu"ri*al, a. Of or pertaining to the papal curia; as, the curial etiquette of the Vatican. -- n. A member of a curia, esp. of that of Rome or the later Italian sovereignties.
Curialist
Curialist Cu"ri*a*list (k?"r?-?-l?st), n. One who belongs to the ultramontane party in the Latin Church. --Shipley.
Curialistic
Curialistic Cu`ri*a*lis"tic (-l?s"t?k), a. [L. curialis belonging to the imperial court, fr. curia, LL., also, counselors and retinue of a king.] 1. Pertaining to a court. 2. Relating or belonging to the ultramontane party in the Latin Church.
Curiality
Curiality Cu`ri*al"i*ty (-?l"?-t?), n. [Cf. LL. curialitas courtesy, fr. curialis.] The privileges, prerogatives, or retinue of a court. [Obs.] --Bacon.
Escurial
Escurial Es*cu"ri*al, n. [Prop. Sp. escorial, i. e., a hill or heap of rubbish, earth, and stones brought out of a mine, fr. escoria dross of metal, L. scoria, fr. Gr. ?. Cf. Scoria.] A palace and mausoleum of the kinds of Spain, being a vast and wonderful structure about twenty-five miles northwest of Madrid. Note: The ground plan is said to be in the form of a gridiron, the structure being designed in honor of St. Lawrence, who suffered martyrdom by being broiled on gridiron; but the resemblance is very slight. It is nearly square, inclosing several courts, and has a projecting mass which stands for the handle.
Figurial
Figurial Fi*gu"ri*al, a. Represented by figure or delineation. [R.] --Craig.
Furial
Furial Fu"ri*al, a. [L. furialis: cf. OF. furial.] Furious; raging; tormenting. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
Intramercurial
Intramercurial In`tra*mer*cu"ri*al, a. (Astron.) Between the planet Mercury and the sun; -- as, the hypothetical Vulcan is intramercurial.
Manurial
Manurial Ma*nu"ri*al, a. Relating to manures.
Mercurial
Mercurial Mer*cu"ri*al, n. 1. A person having mercurial qualities. --Bacon. 2. (Med.) A preparation containing mercury.
Mercurial
Mercurial Mer*cu"ri*al, a. [L. mercurialis, fr. Mercurius Mercury: cf. F. mercuriel.] 1. Having the qualities fabled to belong to the god Mercury; swift; active; sprightly; fickle; volatile; changeable; as, a mercurial youth; a mercurial temperament. A mercurial man Who fluttered over all things like a fan. --Byron. 2. Having the form or image of Mercury; -- applied to ancient guideposts. [Obs.] --Chillingworth. 3. Of or pertaining to Mercury as the god of trade; hence, money-making; crafty. The mercurial wand of commerce. --J. Q. Adams. 4. Of or pertaining to, or containing, mercury; as, mercurial preparations, barometer. See Mercury, 2. 5. (Med.) Caused by the use of mercury; as, mercurial sore mouth.
Mercurialism
Mercurialism Mer*cu"ri*al*ism, n. [Mercurial + -ism.] (Med.) The morbid condition produced by the excessive use of mercury, or by exposure to its fumes, as in mining or smelting.
Mercurialist
Mercurialist Mer*cu"ri*al*ist, n. 1. One under the influence of Mercury; one resembling Mercury in character. 2. (Med.) A physician who uses much mercury, in any of its forms, in his practice.
Mercurialize
Mercurialize Mer*cu"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mercurialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Mercurializing.] 1. (Med.) To affect with mercury. 2. (Photography) To treat with mercury; to expose to the vapor of mercury.
Mercurialize
Mercurialize Mer*cu"ri*al*ize, v. i. To be sprightly, fantastic, or capricious. [Obs.]
Mercurialized
Mercurialize Mer*cu"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mercurialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Mercurializing.] 1. (Med.) To affect with mercury. 2. (Photography) To treat with mercury; to expose to the vapor of mercury.
Mercurializing
Mercurialize Mer*cu"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mercurialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Mercurializing.] 1. (Med.) To affect with mercury. 2. (Photography) To treat with mercury; to expose to the vapor of mercury.
Mercurially
Mercurially Mer*cu"ri*al*ly, adv. In a mercurial manner.
Perineurial
Perineurial Per`i*neu"ri*al, a. (Anat.) Surrounding nerves or nerve fibers; of or pertaining to the perineurium.
Seigneurial
Seigneurial Seign*eu"ri*al, a. [F., fr. seigneur. See Seignior.] 1. Of or pertaining to the lord of a manor; manorial. --Sir W. Temple. 2. Vested with large powers; independent.
Tree burial
Tree burial Tree burial Disposal of the dead by placing the corpse among the branches of a tree or in a hollow trunk, a practice among many primitive peoples.

Meaning of Urial from wikipedia

- The urial (Ovis orientalis vignei group ), also known as the arkars or shapo, is a subspecies group of the wild sheep Ovis orientalis. Noticeable features...
- orientalis can be partitioned into the mouflons (orientalis group) and the urials (vignei group). The mouflon is thought to be the ancestor for all modern...
- animals live in the mountainous north, including the Marco Polo sheep, the urial (a subspecies of wild sheep), the markhor goat, the ibex goat, the Asian...
- kabbalistic, and occult works, Uriel has been equated (or confused) with Urial, Nuriel, Uryan, Jeremiel, Vretil, Sariel, Suriel, Puruel, Phanuel, Jacob...
- americ****) of North America is specialised for very rugged terrain; the urial (Ovis orientalis) occupies a largely infertile area from Kashmir to Iran...
- Only some Locals had seen this specie. Urial of this kind is seen and hunted in Steeps mountains of this area. Urial males have large horns, curling outwards...
- to, the Reptile House, is a small naturally created hill that is home to urials and mouflons held in two separate enclosures. Other notable animals found...
- Urial on a Kyrgyzstan stamp...
- adapted to rugged areas where it easily climbs when threatened. The Ladakhi Urial is another unique mountain sheep that inhabits the mountains of Ladakh....
- birds. The park forms an excellent habitat to wild Sindh ibex, Baluchistan urial, and ****ara gazelle. Ibex is found in all steep mountain ranges and are...
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