obituary

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Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin obituarius, from Latin obitus(a going to a place, approach, usually a going down, setting (as of the sun), fall, ruin, death), from obire(to go or come to, usually go down, set, fall, perish, die), from ob(toward, to) + ire(to go).

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Noun[edit]

obituary ‎(plural obituaries)

  1. A brief notice of a person’s death, as published in a newspaper.
  2. A biography of a recently deceased person, written by a journalist and published in a newspaper.

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  • necrology (listing of people who have died during a specific period of time)

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