What is the word for digging out dead people from their grave?
if you mean grave is in where the dead rest its : tumba if you mean grave as in "shes grave danger" its : grave but you say the "a" like "ahh" and you say the "e" like "eh"
a good one would be grave
The word; Hell, in the Christian bible is translated from the word Hades. Hades literally translated means, the common grave of all dead. So if looked at from that aspect, yes all people will go to hell. We will all die eventually, thereby being dead, we are in the common state of the grave. Hell is not a place of fiery torment but the state of being dead.
No, the word 'gravely' is an adverb, a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Example: The CEO spoke gravely of the future of the company. The word 'gravely' is the adverb form of the adjective 'grave'. The noun form of the adjective 'grave' is graveness. The word 'grave' is also a noun form, a word for a place of burial for a dead body; a word for a thing. The… Read More
The grave. Actually the English word, "grave" is the equivalent of the Hebrew and Greek words "Hades" and "Sheol," which means "mankind's common grave." These words have been interpreted as the word hell. That is actually what the word hell means, and has nothing to do with a firey place of torment.
Mercutio makes a pun on the word "grave": he says when someone calls for him tomorrow "they will find me a grave man." Normally that means solemn, but in this case, Mercutio means that he will be dead and ready to be buried in a grave.
No. 'Grave' means a hole people are buried in, or secondly 'very serious' .
The word for digging in arabic is حفر
Do you mean LAHAD ?? I never seen word LAHAT. LAHAD means Grave or Qaber/ Qabr, where a dead body has to be burried.
There really isn't a separate word for grave and Jewish grave. But the Hebrew word for grave is qever.
Aunt Grace mourned over her dead husband's grave. I mourn for our youth. is a popular phrase.
Digging has two syllables.
The word, "Digging" is a gerund. (jair-und)
A six letter word for grave is sedate.
Grave has one syllable.
Jewish answer: 1. The Midrash Lekach Tov (Pesikta Zutra 35:20) relates that each of Jacob's sons took a stone and put it on Rachel's grave to make up Rachel's tomb. From this we learn that by placing stones on the grave one participates in building up the tombstone. In those days one did not mark a grave with marble or granite and a fancy inscription, but one made a cairn of stones over it. Each… Read More
The correct spelling is 'grave diggers'.
For the phrase "They're digging us out": They're is a contraction of "They are" They is a pronoun and the subject Are digging is the verb Us is a pronoun of who being dug out Out is an adverb describing the digging
We will go to hell only after the final judgment and and fall badly in sight of god. Another Answer: The word translated into English as 'hell' is a misunderstood word. The Hebrew word used in the Bible is 'sheol' (or 'sheʼohl′). King James Version translates it 3 different ways into English (hell-31 times; grave-31 times; pit-3 times) To undo the confusion, other translations 'transliterate' (not translate) the word as 'sheol'. Regarding the word 'sheol'… Read More
Should the Federal Government have the legal right to search and seize your property without a warrant when it is of grave national security OR should the process of getting a warrant be required with?
The "catch" to this question is the word, "grave". This word is subject to interpretation. What is grave to some might not be grave to others.
How about excavate?
The family stared at the grave as the wind whistled through the air.
Some examples of sentences with the word grave in it are below. 1) A grave can also be referred to a tomb or a sepulcher. 2) What a grave and sober day it is when one loses a loved one. 3) He was so romantic that he graved her face into a tree. Good luck with everything!
The Old English word, groef.
The afterlife = "sheh-OHL" (שאול) The physical grave = "kever" (קבר) This word is derived from the word KAVAR, spelt in Hebrew with the same letters, but with different vowelization.
Example: As the rich deceased boxer's casket was carried to his grave, many people thought about his legacy.
a person that buries the body of a dead person and holds the ceremony of dead people.
Example sentence - After years of searching, we finally found our grandfathers grave.
'Grave' (burial place in the ground) is called a 'Qabr' (قبر) in the Arabic language.
The word corpses means dead bodies, deceased people.
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With a convicted sex offender living next door, I have grave concerns about my son's safety. She was diagnosed with cancer and is now gravely ill. He placed flowers on his friend's grave.
The noun 'grave' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for an excavation for the interment of a corpse; a place of burial. The noun form for the adjective 'grave' is graveness.
The equivalent English word is grave as in burdened.
Gravity and grave
digging, delving, deriving, discovering
The boy was a kleptomaniac about dead people
Where is a place people are buried -(That's another question, answer=cemetery.) ***Synonym for wounded or dead is: casualties.
sober or grave.
Grab = grave
A plot or a grave.
Yes, a tomb.
A requiem is a Mass (Catholic religious service) which is said as a funeral or in memoriam to a group of dead people (such as war dead).
The word is grave. After having been stab by Tybalt, Mercutio dies. His last words are..."Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man...."
The word bury is a verb. It means to place a corpse in a grave.
Dreadful, ghastly, grave, gloomy.
Dug up from a grave, disinterred.
Mourge Grave yard