Complete Definition of "cenotaph"

Image:Lincoln's Tomb, Interior.JPG|thumb|Lincoln's cenotaph
English

Etymology
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From Gr. κενÏÏ (empty) + ÏάÏÎ¿Ï (tomb)

Noun
en-noun

  1. A monument erected to honour the dead whose bodies lie elsewhere; especially members of the armed forces who died in battle.

Translations
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Dutch: cenotaaf n
French: cénotaphe m
German: Ehrenmal n, Kenotaph n, Scheingrab n
Greek, Modern: κενοÏαÏίο n
Hungarian: cenotáfium
Italian: cenotafio#Italian|cenotafio m
Japanese: æ°éç¢ ( ãããã², ireihi)
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Luxembourgish: Kenotaph
Norwegian: kenotaf g|Norwegian
Polish: cenotaf m
Portuguese: cenotáfio m
Russian: кеноÑÐ°Ñ (kenotáf) m
Spanish: cenotafio#Spanish|cenotafio m
Swedish: kenotaf c

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