sepelio

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From a Proto-Indo-European root originally meaning "to perform rituals on a corpse," same source as Sanskrit सपर्यति (saparyati, honors).

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present active sepeliō, present infinitive sepelīre, perfect active sepelīvī, supine sepultum

  1. I bury, inter
  2. I burn on a funeral pyre
  3. (figuratively) I destroy, ruin, overwhelm

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