Exequies

  • 1 exequies — [eks′i kwēz] pl.n. 〚ME exequies, pl. < OFr < L exequiae < exequi: see EXECUTOR〛 former var. of OBSEQUIES * * * …

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  • 2 exequies — [eks′i kwēz] pl.n. [ME exequies, pl. < OFr < L exequiae < exequi: see EXECUTOR] former var. of OBSEQUIES …

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  • 3 Exequies — Exequy Ex e*quy, n.; pl. {Exequies}. [L. exequiae, exsequiae, a funeral procession, fr. exsequi to follow out: cf. OF. exeques. See {Exequte}.] A funeral rite (usually in the plural); the ceremonies of burial; obsequies; funeral procession. [1913 …

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  • 4 exequies — /ˈɛksəkwiz / (say eksuhkweez) plural noun (singular exequy /ˈɛksəkwi/ (say eksuhkwee)) funeral rites or ceremonies. {Middle English exequies (plural), from Old French, from Latin exequiae funeral procession} –exequial, adjective …

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  • 5 exèquies — e|xè|qui|es Mot Esdrúixol Nom femení plural …

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  • 6 exequies — n. funeral ceremony; obsequies (Literary) …

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  • 7 exequies — [ ɛksɪkwi] plural noun (sing. exequy) formal funeral rites. Origin ME: via OFr. from L. exsequiae funeral ceremonies , from exsequi follow after …

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  • 8 exequies — n. pl. Obsequies, funeral rites, funeral procession, ceremonies of burial …

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  • 9 exequies —   pl. n. pl. funeral ceremony.    ♦ exequial, a …

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  • 10 exequies — n.pl. formal funeral rites. Etymology: ME f. OF f. L exsequiae (as EX (1), sequi follow) …

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  • 11 exequy — exequial /ek see kwee euhl/, adj. /ek si kwee/, n., pl. exequies. 1. Usually, exequies. funeral rites or ceremonies; obsequies. 2. a funeral procession. [1350 1400; ME exequies (pl.) < ML, L exequiae lit., train of followers, equiv. to ex EX 1 +… …

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  • 12 exequy — ˈeksəkwē noun (plural exequies) Etymology: Middle English exequies, exequise, singular & plural, from Middle French & Latin; Middle French exequies, plural, from Latin exequiae, exsequiae, plural, from exequi, exsequi to follow, perform, execute …

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  • 13 ex|e|quy — «EHK suh kwee», noun, plural quies. 1. a funeral procession. 2. = exequies. (Cf. ↑exequies) ╂[< Old French exequies, plural < Latin exsequiās, accusative of exsequiae funeral procession < exsequī follow out (to the grave) < ex out +… …

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  • 14 Exequy — Ex e*quy, n.; pl. {Exequies}. [L. exequiae, exsequiae, a funeral procession, fr. exsequi to follow out: cf. OF. exeques. See {Exequte}.] A funeral rite (usually in the plural); the ceremonies of burial; obsequies; funeral procession. [1913… …

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  • 15 Exequial — Ex*e qui*al, a. [L. exequialis, exsequialis, fr. exsequiae exequies.] Of or pertaining to funerals; funereal. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 18 Roman Ritual — The Roman Ritual (Latin: Rituale Romanum ) is one of the official ritual works of the Roman Catholic rite. It contains all of the services which may be performed by a priest, which are not contained within either the Missale Romanum or the… …

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