mortician

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noun mor·ti·cian \mȯr-ˈti-shən\

Examples of mortician in a Sentence

  1. the mortician will take care of all of the arrangements for the funeral

Origin and Etymology of mortician

Latin mort-, mors death


First Known Use: 1895


MORTICIAN Defined for English Language Learners

mortician

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noun mor·ti·cian \mȯr-ˈti-shən\

Definition of mortician for English Language Learners

  • : a person whose job is to prepare dead people to be buried and to arrange and manage funerals


Medical Dictionary

mortician

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noun mor·ti·cian \mȯr-ˈtish-ən\

Medical Definition of mortician



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