OBSEQUIAL

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obsequies (ˈɒbsɪkwɪz)
 
pl n , sing -quy
funeral rites
 
[C14: via Anglo-Norman from Medieval Latin obsequiae (influenced by Latin exsequiae), from obsequium compliance]
 
obsequial
 
adj

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