interment

[in-tur-muh nt]

Origin of interment

1300–50; inter + -ment; replacing Middle English enter(e)ment < Middle French enterrement
Related formsre·in·ter·ment, noun
Can be confusedinterment internment
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interment

noun
  1. burial, esp with ceremonial rites
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Word Origin and History for reinterment

interment

n.

early 14c., from Old French enterrement, from enterrer (see inter).

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