gravestone

  • 1Gravestone — Grave stone, n. A stone laid over, or erected near, a grave, usually with an inscription, to preserve the memory of the dead; a tombstone. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2Gravestone — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Progressive Rock, Heavy Metal Gründung 1977 Auflösung 1992 …

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  • 3gravestone — late 14c., stone over a grave; c.1200, stone coffin, from GRAVE (Cf. grave) (n.) + STONE (Cf. stone) …

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  • 4gravestone — ► NOUN ▪ an inscribed headstone marking a grave …

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  • 5gravestone — [grāv′stōn΄] n. [ME graveston] an engraved stone marking a grave; tombstone …

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  • 6gravestone — UK [ˈɡreɪvˌstəʊn] / US [ˈɡreɪvˌstoʊn] noun [countable] Word forms gravestone : singular gravestone plural gravestones a stone by a grave that shows the name of the person buried there and the dates when they were born and died …

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  • 7gravestone — [[t]gre͟ɪvstoʊn[/t]] gravestones N COUNT A gravestone is a large stone with words carved into it, which is placed on a grave. Syn: tombstone …

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  • 8Gravestone rubbing — is the practice of creating a rubbing by depositing a rendering material such as charcoal, wax or graphite on paper placed over the engraved surface of a gravestone in order to obtain an image of the stone s lettering and designs. It is often… …

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  • 9Gravestone Doji — A type of candlestick pattern that is formed when the opening and closing price of the underlying asset are equal and occur at the low of the day. The long upper shadow suggests that the day s buying buying pressure was countered by the sellers… …

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  • 10gravestone — noun Date: 14th century a burial monument …

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  • 11gravestone — /grayv stohn /, n. a stone marking a grave, usually giving the name, date of death, etc., of the person buried there. [1175 1225; ME; see GRAVE1, STONE] * * * …

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  • 12gravestone — noun A stone slab set at the head of a grave. Syn: headstone, tombstone …

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  • 13Gravestone — This is a rare and interesting name, with the modern variants Graves(t)on, Grays(t)on(e), Grayshan and Gra(y)s(h)on, of English medieval origin, prevalent, as a variant of the name Graveson, in Leeds, Yorkshire. In its present form it is the… …

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  • 14gravestone — Synonyms and related words: arch, barrow, boundary stone, brass, bust, cairn, cenotaph, column, cromlech, cross, cup, cyclolith, dolmen, footstone, grave, headstone, hoarstone, inscription, ledger, marker, mausoleum, megalith, memento, memorial,… …

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  • 15gravestone — grave|stone [ˈgreıvstəun US stoun] n a stone above a ↑grave showing details of the person buried there = ↑tombstone …

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  • 16gravestone — grave|stone [ greıv,stoun ] noun count a stone by a GRAVE that shows the name of the person buried there and the dates they were born and died …

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