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cenotaph, coenotaph (s) (noun); cenotaphs, coenotaphs (pl)
1. An empty tomb or sepulcher or a monument erected in honor of a deceased person whose body is located in some other place: A cenotaph was erected for those who were lost during the terrible storm at sea.
2. Etymology: from Greek kenotaphion; from kenos, "empty + taphos, "tomb".
This entry is located in the following units: ceno-, caeno-, keno-, ken-; -cenosis (page 1) tapho-, taph-, -taphia + (page 1)