Definition of necrological in English:

necrological

adjective

formal
  • See necrology

    • ‘Details of the necrological services and internment have not been announced yet.’
    • ‘Presumably it is this - rather than, say, infanticide - which is recorded in the necrological data to which Flannery refers.’
    • ‘He will be brought to Trinity University Chapel on Thursday for necrological services before the cremation of his remains on Friday.’
    • ‘Serapio was brought to the House where a mass and necrological service were held and which were attended by his family, friends, and colleagues.’
    • ‘De Leon, 40, was buried 5 p.m. yesterday at the Rolling Hills Memorial Park after three hours of necrological service at the Triumph of the Holy Cross church in Barangay Estefania.’
    • ‘A necrological mass at the St. John the Baptist Cathedral follows before the interment at the Medalla Milagrosa Catholic Cemetery at 3 p.m.’

Pronunciation

necrological

/ˌnɛkrəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/