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From Latin sepulcrum, from sepeliō (“I inter”) + -crum, from a Proto-Indo-European root originally meaning “to perform rituals on a corpse,” the same source as Sanskrit सपर्यति (saparyati, “honors”).
- IPA(key): /seˈpol.kro/
- Rhymes: -olkro
- Hyphenation: se‧pól‧cro
sepolcro m (plural sepolcri)
- sepulchre, tomb