Translation of obsequies in Spanish:


exequias, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɑbsəkwiz//ˈɒbsɪkwɪz/

plural noun


  • 1

    exequias feminine formal
    • The newspapers had done her proud, splashing big pictures and running long obituaries, but the question was: Had Fleet Street overestimated demand for royal obsequies?
    • Seamus was a grand gentleman who commanded great regard in the community Funeral obsequies will be published later.
    • She was particularly interested in meeting with and caring for people and has many trusted, loyal and sincere friends, many of whom were in attendance at the funeral obsequies.
    • Burial takes place this Tuesday morning in St. Colman's Cemetery following Requiem Mass at 11 a.m. Funeral obsequies will be published later.
    • These many aspects of her life of service drew huge attendances from three continents to her obsequies culminating in her Requiem Mass in St. Patrick's Church, Ballina on Monday 5th.