英 ['mɔːtjʊərɪ; -tʃʊ-]
- mortuary: see mortal
- mortuary (n.)
- early 14c., from Anglo-French mortuarie "gift to a parish priest from a deceased parishioner," from Medieval Latin mortuarium, noun use of neuter of Late Latin adjective mortuarius "pertaining to the dead," from Latin mortuus, past participle of mori "to die" (see mortal (adj.)). Meaning "place where bodies are kept temporarily" first recorded 1865, a euphemism for earlier deadhouse.
- mortuary (adj.)
- 1510s, "pertaining to death," from Late Latin mortuarius "of the dead," from Latin mortuus "dead" (see mortuary (n.)).
- 1. I was never allowed to see her at the mortuary.
- 2. I don't care. I'm feeling militant standing in front of this mortuary.
- 我不在乎, 站在这个停尸间面前,我感觉自己像个斗士一样.
- 3. In the mortuary there are many stiffened corpses.
- 4. Mortuary grant - in - aid and make offerings to relative pension.
- 5. The focus of this paper is a branch of the jade culture - mortuary jade.
- 本文讨论的是玉文化中的一个分支 —— 丧葬玉文化.
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