- intermediolateral nucleus,
- intermediomedial nucleus,
- intermenstrual pain,
- intermetacarpal joint,
- intermetallic compound,
- intermetatarsal joint,
Origin of interment
Examples from the Web for interment
After the interment, the department radio dispatcher announced over the air that German was gone, but never to be forgotten.The Teen Love Letters that Led to a Tragic Murder-Suicide in Florida|Michael Daly|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At press time, none had responded to requests to arrange for his disposal or interment.
Moments later, Cardinal Cushing stepped forward to read the prayers of interment.
Lasné was among the mourners, and witnessed the interment, which took place in the cemetery of Sainte-Marguerite.
This may probably be the true place of her interment, mentioned in Gen. xxxv.Early Travels in Palestine|Arculf et al.
The place selected for the interment was at the entrance of the choir from the south aisle.A History of Mourning|Richard Davey
Perhaps this practice was resorted to only when the body had to be kept for some time, or carried some distance for interment.The Meeting-Place of Geology and History|Sir John William Dawson
Every house that commanded a glimpse of the procession, or the interment, was crowded.The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock|Ferdinand Brock Tupper
early 14c., from Old French enterrement, from enterrer (see inter).