verb (used with object), mum·mi·fied, mum·mi·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), mum·mi·fied, mum·mi·fy·ing.
Origin of mummify
Examples from the Web for mummification
Historical Examples of mummification
Professor Garstang did not recognize that mummification had been attempted.The Evolution of the Dragon
G. Elliot Smith
Mummification was, as has been said, probably an invention of the Osirian cult.Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt
His skin was dark though its color might have been affected by mummification.The Record of Currupira
The custom of mummification arose in Egypt, and promoted the study of anatomy.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
A sort of mummification prevailed amongst the Maories until Christianity had gained ground amongst them.