NerdFury - Big Daddy (nerdfury) wrote in 1word1day,
NerdFury - Big Daddy

Very quick one today, since I have a massive headache. Apologies to those used to something a little less ordinary.

Columbarium (kol-uhm-BAR-ee-uhm)

1. A vault with niches for storing urns.
2. A dovecote or pigeon house.

From Latin columbarium, from columba (pigeon, dove).

Always wanting to be different, Janice wasn't happy to dictate her final internment to a mere grave to rot or urn to sit and gather dust. She'd always been told she was a part of everyone's lives, so her will dictated her ashes were to be drunk with red wine. Of course her family had no such intention of doing this and her stingy life saw her ashes stuck in a public columbarium.
Tags: c, latin, noun, wordsmith: nerdfury

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