|(Archaeology) monument composed of stone megaliths encircling a mound; dolmen, tomb comprised of two vertical stone slabs supporting a horizontal stone slab, burial chamber, stone circle||cromlech|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|act of vaulting, arch, dome; room with an arch or a dome; secure room for storing money or valuables; underground burial chamber; pole vaulting, arched ceiling, arched part of body, build something as vault, curvet, form vault, leap up or over (especia...||vault|
|ancient burial mound, castrated pig, hand cart, pushcart, tumulus, wheelbarrow, handcart; cart||barrow|
|ancient Roman javelin, arrowhead, building, fortune, fur, go as a crowd, heap, mound; wealth, fortune; group of buildings; dike, levee, heraldic symbol, large quantity, looped fabric surface, make into a mound, mound of things, nuclear reactor, place l...||pile|
|area containing buried waste, burial of waste material, buried waste material, sanitary landfill, trash heap, dump, land area that is filled with trash and covered with a layer of soil||landfill|
|area where people are buried, cemetery, burial ground, dumping place||graveyard|
|bank of snow, mound of snow piled up by the wind; snow driven by the wind||snowdrift|
|barricade, embankment, large mound or wall used to as a levee or supporting wall; cement or stone facing of an embankment, supporting facing on structure||revetment|
|burial ceremony, procession accompanying a coffin to the grave; problem, affair (Slang), ceremony for somebody who has died, end, funeral procession, funeral sermon or memorial service||funeral|
|burial chamber with recesses for holding cinerary urns; (Archaic) dovecote, pigeonry||columbarium|
|burial chamber, death, grave, hardened enclosure, monument, vault||tomb|
|burial cloths, sheets used to wrap a body for burial, cerements||shrouds|
|burial garments, cerecloth, cerecloth; shroud, burial cloth||cerement|
|burial in a vault, tomb, grave, sepulcher; act of entombing, act of burying||sepulture|
|burial of the dead, act of burying in a grave||inhumation|
|burial place of dead body, circumflex, clean bottom of ship, death, end of something, engrave something, inscribe; carve; sculpt, fix something in mind, grave accent, having serious effect, last resting place, mark indicating pronunciation, place where...||grave|
|burial place, bury, inter, entomb, container for relics, put a corpse in a burial vault, grave||sepulcher|
|burial place, place where dead people are buried||cemetery|
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