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Urn, 1) a vessel in which the ashes of the dead were kept: Phoen. 65. H6A I, 6, 24.
2) a grave: “lay these bones in an unworthy u., tombless, with no remembrance over them,” H5 I, 2, 228. “the most noble corse that ever herald did follow to his u.” Cor. V, 6, 146. cf. Inurned.
In Tit. III, 1, 17 M. Edd. urns, in the un-Shakespearian sense of waterpots; O. Edd. ruins.
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