noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English beriel, berial, back-formation from beriels (taken as a plural), from Old English byrgels; akin to Old Saxon burgisli tomb, Old English byrgan to bury — more at bury Date: 13th century 1. grave, tomb 2. the act or process of burying

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