bury [buried] v

OE < Germanic 'protect, cover'.

  1. Cover; bathe; immerse; absorb; engulf; encompass; [fig.] color; emblazon with sunset light; (see Romans 6:4).
  2. Inter; entomb; lay to rest; put the body of a dead person underground; deposit a deceased person in the earth; (see Genesis 49:30).
  3. Forget; disregard; lay aside; put away mentally; dismiss from memory.
  4. Overwhelm; surmount; trap in debris; overcome with rubble.