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(Latin: scrinium, a case, chest, box, or receptacle; especially, one in which are deposited sacred relics, bones of a saint, or sacred books and documents)

enshrine, inshrine
1. To enclose in or as if in a shrine.
2. To cherish as sacred.
1 Enclosed in, or as if in, a shrine.
2 Preserved, or cherished, as sacred.
1. Containing, or keeping, as if in a holy place.
2. Containing or keeping in a place that is highly admired and respected.
1. A place of worship hallowed by association with some sacred thing or person.
2. A case, or other container, for sacred relics; such as, the bones of a saint.
3. The tomb of a saint or other revered figure.
4. A niche, ledge, or alcove for a religious icon; for example, in a church.
5. A place at which devotion is paid to a venerated person.
6. An object, or place, revered for its associations or history.
Holy or sacred places containing a tomb dedicated to a particular hero, martyr, saint, or similar figure of awe and respect.

Shrines may be enclosures within temples, home altars, and sacred burial places.