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A place where a cinerary urn is kept.
- ‘It is a cinerarium created for the use of the families of St. Andrew's.’
- ‘And in many Korean dioceses the cinerarium has started to edge out traditional cemeteries.’
- ‘In order to raise money to build a nine-storey cinerarium tower, Kui began to take advance bookings for urn compartments.’
- ‘Nostell has three Roman cinerariums - elaborately carved marble boxes for storing the ashes of the deceased.’
- ‘This Roman cinerarium was collected as part of a larger collection of antiquities.’
- ‘The 1 p.m. ceremony will be held at the cinerarium on Laney Walker Boulevard.’
Late 19th century: from late Latin, neuter (used as a noun) of cinerarius of ashes.
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