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1
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Cards of recognition sent to friends for kindness shown to a deceased’s family

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Acknowledgement cards

2
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An altar attendant

A

Acolyte

3
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A funeral rite that is adjusted to the needs and wants of those directly involved

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Adaptive funeral rite

4
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A funeral which has been altered to suit the trends of the times

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Adaptive funeral rite

5
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Those appropriate and helpful acts of counseling that come after the funeral

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  • Aftercare

* Post-funeral follow-up

6
Q

In the Islam faith, the name of God

A

Allah

7
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An elevated place or structure on which sacrifices are offered or at which religious rites are performed

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Altar

8
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In the Christian faith, a table on which the Eucharist or Holy Communion is offered

A

Altar

9
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An unfinished wood box or other non-metal receptacle or enclosure, without ornamentation or a fixed interior lining, which is designed for the encasement of human remains and which is made of fiberboard, pressed-wood, composition materials (with or without an outside covering) or like materials

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Alternative container

10
Q

Certification/legislation of a document for international use under terms of the 1961 Hague Convention

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Apostille

11
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, the head of an archdiocese

A

Archbishop

12
Q

Hebrew word meaning container

A

Aron

13
Q

A casket made entirely of wood, containing no metal parts

A

Aron

14
Q

The meeting between the funeral director and the client family during which the funeral arrangements are discussed

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Arrangements conference

15
Q

An imitation of grass made in mat form and used at the cemetery to cover the earth around the grave

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Artificial grass

16
Q

Counseling with the family as they select the services and items of merchandise in completing arrangements for the funeral service of their choice when a death has occurred

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At-need counseling

17
Q

Leader of multiple churches in a particular denomination

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Bishop

18
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In the Roman Catholic faith, the head of a diocese

A

Bishop

19
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In the LDS (Mormon) church, leader of a single church

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Bishop of the ward

20
Q

The name of a Buddhist priest

A

Bonze

21
Q

A term used in the Buddhist faith to describe a calendar that is used to determine an accurate time for casketing the body

A

Book of Dates

22
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In the Roman Catholic faith, a man who is a member of a religious order without being ordained or while preparing for ordination

A

Brother

23
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Relating to a social organization

A

Brotherhood

24
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A legal document, issued by a governmental agency, authorizing transportation and/or disposition of a dead human body

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  • Burial-transit permit

* Disposition permit

25
Q

A portable shelter used to cover the grave area during the committal

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  • Canopy

* Cemetery tent

26
Q

A religious singer who assists the clergy

A

Cantor

27
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Assists the Rabbi in the Jewish faith

A

Cantor

28
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Assists the priest in the Eastern Orthodox faith

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Cantor

29
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In the Roman Catholic faith, a dignity conferred upon Bishops making them Princes of the Church

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Cardinal

30
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May include, but are not limited to: cemetery or crematory services, pallbearers, public transportation, clergy honoraria, flowers, musicians or singers, nurses, obituary notices, gratuities, and death certificates

A

Cash advance

31
Q

Sometimes called an accommodation or cash disbursement

A

Cash advance

32
Q

One who actively bears or carries the casket during the funeral service and at the committal service

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  • Casketbearer

* Pallbearer

33
Q

The officiant who celebrates the Mass in the Roman Catholic Church

A

Celebrant

34
Q

An area of ground set aside and dedicated for the final disposition of dead human bodies

A

Cemetery

35
Q

A legal copy of the original death certificate

A

Certified copy of a death certificate

36
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The portion of the church surrounding the altar, usually enclosing the clergy

A

Chancel

37
Q

Area behind the altar or communion rail

A

Chancel

38
Q

A building or designated area of a building in which services are conducted

A

Chapel

39
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A person chosen to conduct religious exercises for the military, the chapel of an institution or a fraternal organization

A

Chaplain

40
Q

Hebrew phrase meaning “Holy Society”

A

Chevrah Kadisha

41
Q

A group of men or women from the synagogue who care for the dead

A

Chevrah Kadisha

42
Q

May be referred to by laymen as the “washers”

A

Chevrah Kadisha

43
Q

In the past, took care of all funeral arrangements and preparation for Jewish funerals

A

Chevrah Kadisha

44
Q

A letter or form from a priest stating the eligibility of the deceased for burial in a Roman Catholic Cemetery

A
  • Christian burial certificate
  • Christian burial permit
  • Priest lines
45
Q

A structure, room, or space in a mausoleum or other building containing niches or recesses used to hold cremated remains

A

Columbarium

46
Q

That portion of the funeral that is conducted at the place of disposition of dead human bodies

A

Committal service

47
Q

Any carrier required by law to convey passengers or freight without refusal if the approved fare or charge is paid (airline, train, etc)

A

Common carrier

48
Q

Funeral observances that reflect present day (modern) influences in lieu of (or in addition to or as part of) the traditional ceremonies

A

Contemporary funeral rite

49
Q

A public officer whose chief duty is to investigate questionable deaths

A
  • Coroner

* Medical examiner

50
Q

A historical reference for funeral procession

A

Cortege

51
Q

A portable stretcher commonly employed in an ambulance or transfer vehicle for the moving of the sick, injured, or deceased

A

Cot

52
Q

The result of the reduction of a dead body to inorganic bone fragments by intense heat

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Cremated remains

53
Q

The reduction of a dead human body to inorganic bone fragments by intense heat in a specifically designed retort

A

Cremation

54
Q

A furnace or retort for cremating dead human bodies

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  • Crematory

* Crematorium

55
Q

A building that houses a retort

A
  • Crematory

* Crematorium

56
Q

A religious emblem consisting of two plain bars that intersect at right angles to each other

A

Cross

57
Q

One who carries the crucifix/cross during an ecclesiastical procession

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  • Crucifer

* Crossbearer

58
Q

A c ross with a figure or image representing the body of Christ on it

A

Crucifix

59
Q

Image representing the body of Christ

A

Corpus

60
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A chamber in a mausoleum, generally used to contain the casketed remains of a deceased person

A

Crypt

61
Q

A subordinate officer in a Christian church

A

Deacon

62
Q

A legal document containing vital statistics, disposition, and final medical information pertaining to the deceased

A

Death certificate

63
Q

A classified notice publicizing the death of a person and giving those details of the funeral service that the survivors wish to have published

A

Death notice

64
Q

A dead human body

A

Deceased

65
Q

False teeth

A

Dentures

66
Q

A federal agency that administers benefits provided by law for veterans of the armed forces

A
  • Department of Veterans Affairs

* VA (Veterans Administration)

67
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a geographical grouping of Parishes under the jurisdiction of a Bishop

A

Diocese

68
Q

Disposition of human remains by cremation, without formal viewing, visitation or ceremony with the body present

A

Direct cremation

69
Q

Any method of disposition of the human remains without formal viewing, visitation or ceremony with the body present

A

Direct disposition

70
Q

Leading to an organized departure or inviting to leave

A

Dismissal

71
Q

Liturgical celebration of the Eucharist in Eastern Orthodox churches

A

Divine liturgy

72
Q

Pertaining to the church or clergy

A

Ecclesiastic

73
Q

Song or poem expressing sorrow or lamentation for the dead

A

Elegy

74
Q

In the Jehovah’s witness faith, the person who typically conducts the service

A

Elder

75
Q

In the Jewish faith, a memorial service

A

El Malei Rachamin

76
Q

Literally “God full of compassion”

A

El Malei Rachamin

77
Q

Usually the last prayer of the funeral service in the Jewish faith

A

El Malei Rachamin

78
Q

Sometimes referred to as the Malei

A

El Malei Rachamin

79
Q

The placing of remains in a crypt in a mausoleum

A

Entombment

80
Q

A commemorative inscription on a tomb or cemetery marker

A

Epitaph

81
Q

To accompany, as a leader of the procession or guardian of the group

A

Escort

82
Q

Military personnel assigned to accompany a body following an active duty death

A

Escort

83
Q

The consecrated elements of Holy Communion

A

Eucharist

84
Q

Layperson sanctioned to administer holy communion and other assigned tasks

A

Eucharistic minister

85
Q

An oration praising an individual, usually after death

A

Eulogy

86
Q

Process of planning and/or coordinating a ceremony or activity

A

Event planning

87
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, the ending portion of the Funeral Mass

A

Final commendation

88
Q

One of the categories required to be itemized on the GPL (if the funeral provider offers the service); involves service of the funeral provider in the locale where death occurs and preparation for transfer to another funeral provider as selected by the family (consumer);

Funeral Rule requires package pricing of this service with a description of the components included

A

Forwarding remains

89
Q

Relating to a social organization

A

Fraternal

90
Q

The rites held at the time of disposition of human remains, with the body present

A

Funeral service

91
Q

The term applied to the completing of the service and financial details of the funeral at the time of need

A

Funeral arrangements

92
Q

The name of the funeral service in the Roman Catholic Church

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  • Funeral liturgy

* Funeral mass

93
Q

The procession of vehicles from the place of the funeral to the place of disposition

A

Funeral procession

94
Q

Any funeral event performed in a solemn and prescribed manner

A

Funeral rites

95
Q

The rites held at the time of disposition of human remains, with the body present

A

Funeral service

96
Q

The first two and last two verses of a Buddhist hymn sung at the funeral service

A

Gatha

97
Q

A printed list of goods and services offered for sale by funeral provider with retail prices

A

General Price List (GPL)

98
Q

Considered the keystone of the Funeral Rule

A

General Price List (GPL)

99
Q

The act of bending the knee as an indication of reverence or as an act of humility

A

Genuflect

100
Q

Gift or small sum of money tendered for a service provided

A
  • Gratuity

* Tip

101
Q

An excavation in the earth as a place for internment

A

Grave

102
Q

A funeral service, religious or otherwise, conducted at the grave

A

Graveside service

103
Q

Webbing or similar material used for lowering the casket into the grave

A

Grave straps

104
Q

Ecologically friendly

A

“Green”

105
Q

One where the funeral home guarantees that the services and merchandise will be provided at the time of need for an amount not exceeding the original amount of the contract plus any accruals, regardless of the cost of providing the services and merchandise at the time of the funeral

A

Guaranteed contract

106
Q

In the Jewish faith, a eulogy or true evaluation of the deceased’s life that is a part of the funeral service

A

Hesped

107
Q

Water blessed by a priest

A

Holy Water

108
Q

A nominal compensation or recognition for service performed

A
  • Honorarium
  • Honoraria
  • Honorariums
109
Q

Friends of the family or members of an organization or group who act as an escort or honor guard for the deceased;

Do not carry the casket

A
  • Honorary pallbearers

* Honorary casketbearers

110
Q

A funeral rite that is in essence devoid of religious connotation

A

Humanist funeral

111
Q

In the Eastern Orthodox faith, a holy picture

A

Icon

112
Q

Usually mosaic or painted on wood

A

Icon

113
Q

In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the partition that extends across the front of the church separating the sanctuary from the solea

A
  • Iconostasis
  • Iconostas
  • Iconostation
114
Q

The first three letters in the Greek word for Jesus

A

IHS

115
Q

In the Islamic faith, the leader of the local congregation

A

Imam

116
Q

Disposition of human remains by burial, without formal viewing, visitation or ceremony with the body present, except for a graveside service

A

Immediate burial

117
Q

One who supplies the vital statistical information concerning the deceased

A

Informant

118
Q

An abbreviation for the Latin term meaning “Jesus of Nazareth, King of Jews”

A

INRI

119
Q

To bury in the ground

A
  • Inter

* Inhume

120
Q

The act of placing the dead human body in the ground

A
  • Interment
  • Burial
  • Inhumement
  • Inhumation
121
Q

The act of placing cremains in an urn

A

Inurnment

122
Q

CANA definition: act of placing cremated remains in a niche or grave

A

Inurnment

123
Q

Contract for future funeral services which cannot be terminated or canceled prior to the death of the beneficiary

A

Irrevocable contract

124
Q

The religion of Muslims that began at the time of Mohammed

A

Islam

125
Q

Muslims believe stands for purity, peace, submission to God’s will, and obedience to his laws

A

Islam

126
Q

In the Islamic faith, the funeral or funeral prayer

A

Jinazah

127
Q

In the Jewish faith, a prayer recited for the deceased by the direct mourners for the first time at the conclusion of interment service

A

Kaddish

128
Q

In the Jewish faith, subsequently recited by children for parents at every service for eleven months

A

Kaddish

129
Q

In the Jewish faith, mourners have the obligation to recite for 30 days

A

Kaddish

130
Q

In the Jewish faith, the grave

A

Kever

131
Q

In the Jewish faith, the burial

A

Kevurah

132
Q

One’s relatives

A

Kin

133
Q

Referring to blood relationship

A

Kin

134
Q

Legally, not the surviving spouse

A

Kin

135
Q

The appropriate term for the worship facility for the Jehovah’s Witnesses

A

Kingdom Hall

136
Q

A holy book of the Islamic faith, revealed to Mohammed by the angel Gabriel

A
  • Koran

* Quran

137
Q

Hebrew word meaning rending or tearing

A

Kriah

138
Q

A symbol of grief

A

Kriah

139
Q

A tear in the upper corner of the garment or a tear on a symbolic ribbon which is worn by the survivors

A

Kriah

140
Q

In the Jewish faith, the funeral procession

A

Levaya

141
Q

A prescribed order or form of worship specific to a particular denomination which will have the Eucharist or Holy Communion as its central element

A
  • Liturgical worship

* Eucharist-centered worship

142
Q

A subdivision of a cemetery that consists of several grave or interment spaces

A

Lot

143
Q

A mechanical device used to lower a casket into the ground

A

Lowering device

144
Q

Traditionally, in the Buddhist faith, ad bedside prayer which may now be performed by the bonze jut before funeral arrangements are made

A

Makura-gyo

145
Q

The liturgical celebration of the Eucharist in the Roman Catholic Church

A

Mass

146
Q

A document indicating the offering of a Mass for a specific intention

A
  • Mass card

* Spiritual bouquet

147
Q

A building containing crypts or vaults for entombment

A

Mausoleum

148
Q

A forensically trained physician whose duty is to investigate questionable or unattended deaths

A

Medical examiner

149
Q

Has replaced the coroner in some states

A

Medical examiner

150
Q

A pamphlet made available at the funeral service giving details about the deceased and the funeral arrangements

A
  • Memorial folder

* Service folder

151
Q

A scheduled assembly of family and friends following a death

A

Memorial gathering

152
Q

A cemetery, or section of a cemetery, with only flush-to-the-ground markers

A

Memorial park

153
Q

Funeral rites with the body not present

A

Memorial service

154
Q

In the Jewish faith, a candelabrum with a central stem bearing seven candles

A

Menorah

155
Q

The oldest symbol in Judaism

A

Menorah

156
Q

Military personnel assigned to accompany a body following an active duty death

A

Military escort

157
Q

In the Jewish faith, a hexagram formed by the combination of two triangles

A
  • Mogen David

* Star of David

158
Q

Symbolizes a new hope for the Jewish people

A
  • Mogen David

* Star of David

159
Q

A prophet of the Islamic religion born 571 CD

A
  • Mohammed

* Muhammad

160
Q

Considered by Muslims to be God’s messenger, but not worshipped or considered to be divine

A
  • Mohammed

* Muhammed

161
Q

An honorary title conferred upon a priest

A

Monsignor

162
Q

The local church building

A
  • Mosque

* Masjid

163
Q

Contains no icons, statues, symbols, pews, chairs, or musical instruments

A
  • Mosque

* Masjid

164
Q

The name given to a member of the Islamic faith

A
  • Muslim

* Moslem

165
Q

The entry way into the funeral home or church

A
  • Narthex
  • Lobby
  • Vestibule
  • Foyer
166
Q

A cemetery created and maintained under an Act of Congress for burial of veterans of military service and their eligible family members

A

National cemetery

167
Q

The seating or auditorium section of a church

A

Nave

168
Q

A recess or space in a columbarium used for the permanent placing of cremated remains

A

Niche

169
Q

The Buddhist idea of heavenly peace or Pure Land

A

Nirvhana

170
Q

One in which the funeral home only agrees that the amount prepaid plus any accruals will be credited to the balance due;

The price of the funeral will be whatever the current price is for the services and merchandise at the time the death occurs

A

Non-guaranteed contract

171
Q

A form or order of worship which has the scripture as its central element

A
  • Non-liturgical worship

* Scripture-centered worship

172
Q

The actual form or order of the worship service is left to the discretion of each individual church and/or minister

A
  • Non-liturgical worship

* Scripture-centered worship

173
Q

A news item concerning the death of a person which usually contains a biographical sketch

A

Obituary

174
Q

Funeral rites or burial ceremonies

A

Obsequies

175
Q

One who conducts a religious service or ceremony

A

Officiant

176
Q

Any container which is designed for placement in the grave around the casket including, but not limited to, containers commonly known as burial vaults, grave boxes, and grave liners

A

Outer burial container

177
Q

The Buddhist place of worship

A

Pagoda

178
Q

A symbolic cloth covering placed over the casket

A

Pall

179
Q

One who actively bears or carries the casket during the funeral service and at the committal service

A

Pallbearer

180
Q

Vigil service associated with Eastern Orthodox funerals

A
  • Parastas

* Great Panachida

181
Q

In Roman Catholic faith, a candle placed near the casket during the Funeral Mass that signifies the everlasting light of Christ

A

Paschal candle

182
Q

One having spiritual care over a number of people

A

Pastor

183
Q

An arrangement made by the cemetery whereby funds are set aside, the income from which is used to maintain the cemetery plot indefinitely

A

Perpetual care

184
Q

The head of the Roman Catholic Church and the Bishop of Rome

A

Pope

185
Q

A card with the name of the decedent and a prayer or verse, which may or may not include the dates of birth and death

A

Prayer card

186
Q

Those funeral arrangements made in advance of need that include provisions for funding or prepayment

A

Pre-funded funeral arrangements

187
Q

Those funeral arrangements made in advance of need that do not include provisions for funding or prepayment

A

Preplanned funeral arrangements

188
Q

A kneeling rail

A
  • Prie Dieu
  • Prayer rail
  • Kneeler
189
Q

A title conferred by ordination

A

Priest

190
Q

Those who transport only in particular instances and only for those they chose to contract with (funeral home vehicles and livery)

A

Private carrier

191
Q

The movement, in an orderly fashion, at the beginning of a service

A
  • Procession

* Processional

192
Q

A teacher or ordained leader in the Jewish faith

A

Rabbi

193
Q

In the Church of Christ, Scientist, one authorized to read the lessons and scripture

A

Reader

194
Q

One of the categories required to be itemized on the GPL (if the funeral provider offers the service);

Involves services of the funeral provider after initial services have been provided by another firm at the locale of death;

Funeral Rule requires package pricing of this service with a description of the components included

A

Receiving remains

195
Q

A structure so designed for the temporary storage of bodies that are not to be immediately interred

A
  • Recession

* Recessional

196
Q

A book signed by those attending a visitation/service

A
  • Register book

* Memorial book

197
Q

The burning chamber in a crematory

A

Retort

198
Q

A contract which may be terminated by the purchaser at any time prior to the death of the beneficiary with a refund of the moneys paid on the contract as prescribed by state law

A

Revocable contract

199
Q

Beads and a crucifix used as an aid in the recitation of prayers

A

Rosary beads

200
Q

Prayer recited in order at a Rosary or Vigil Service

A

Rosary prayers

201
Q

Doors in the center of the Iconostasis leading directly to the altar

A

Royal doors

202
Q

Only ordained clergy are to go through these doors

A

Royal doors

203
Q

Never cross on the solea in front of these

A

Royal doors

204
Q

In liturgical churches, stated directions in a prayer book or liturgical manual regarding the order of service as approved by the denomination

A

Rubrics

205
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a sacrament given to those seriously ill or in danger of death to prepare their souls for eternity

A

Sacrament of the Sick

206
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a religious picture of Jesus Christ showing his radiant heart

A

Sacred heart

207
Q

The part of the church about the altar, inside the chancel

A

Sanctuary

208
Q

May be used to describe the area of the church where people sit for the services

A

Sanctuary

209
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a piece of cloth or a medal having religious significance usually worn around the neck

A

Scapular

210
Q

The largest subdivision of a cemetery

A

Section

211
Q

In the Buddhist faith, a service performed as a part of casketing the body

A

Service of Encasketing

212
Q

One who is in charge of the cemetery

A

Sexton

213
Q

The caretaker of a church

A

Sexton

214
Q

The Jewish Sabbath

A

Shabbat

215
Q

Christi begins at sundown Friday and ends at sundown Saturday

A

Shabbat

216
Q

In the Jewish faith, a seven-day mourning period

A

Shivah

217
Q

Meaning 30 in the Jewish faith

A

Sholoshim

218
Q

In the Jewish faith, the 30-day mourning period

A

Sholoshim

219
Q

In the Jewish faith, a watcher

A

Shomer

220
Q

In the Jewish faith, one who sits with the body until burial

A

Shomer

221
Q

A cloth of garment in which a dead person is wrapped or dressed for burial

A

Shroud

222
Q

A symbolic sign of the Cross, made with the right hand

A

Sign of the Cross

223
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a woman who is a member of a religious order, especially one bound by vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience

A
  • Sister

* Nun

224
Q

A branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which provides benefits for retirement, survivors/insurance, disability, health insurance, and death

A

Social Security Administration

225
Q

In the Eastern Orthodox church, the open area (sometimes raised) before the altar

A

Solea

226
Q

One who outlives another person or lives through an event

A

Survivor(s)

227
Q

A place of religious worship in the Jewish faith

A

Synagogue

228
Q

May be referred to as Temple

A

Synagogue

229
Q

A hand-sewn white linen shroud in which the deceased members of the Jewish faith are dressed

A

Tachrichim

230
Q

In the Jewish faith, the ceremony of washing the deceased before the burial

A

Taharah

231
Q

Serves as a ritual purification or cleansing of the body and should be performed by the Chevra Kaddisha

A

Taharah

232
Q

A prayer shawl worn by men during the Morning Prayer service in the Jewish faith

A

Tallith

233
Q

In the Jewish faith, prayers said before the funeral by a group of friends and the shomer

A

Tehillim

234
Q

In the Jewish faith, prayers coming from the book of Psalms

A

Tehillim

235
Q

Ceremonial instructions of the Mormon Church, given only within a Temple to worthy members of the sect

A

Temple Ordinances

236
Q

Contracts which involve the funeral director/funeral home because the family being served has contracted with someone else for services or merchandise also available from the funeral home

A

Third Party Contracts

237
Q

A general term designating those places suitable for the reception of a dead human body

A

Tomb

238
Q

Wings of the main part of the church which may serve as small chapels for baptism, weddings, and even small funeral services

A

Transepts

239
Q

The moving of the dead human body from the place of death to the funeral home or other designated place

A
  • Transfer of remains
  • Removal
  • First call
240
Q

The automobile generally used for transporting the uncasketed dead human body from the place of death to the mortuary

A

Transfer vehicle

241
Q

In the Eastern Orthodox faith, three short services or blessings that are part of the funeral rite

A

Trisagion

242
Q

Account established by one individual to be held for the benefit of another

A

Trust account

243
Q

Creates a fiduciary responsibility as a method of payment of funeral expenses

A

Trust account

244
Q

Money paid to a funeral home for future services is placed in an account with the funeral home as trustee for the benefit of another

A

Trust account

245
Q

Ritual garments worn by the clergy

A

Vestments

246
Q

One who has served a prescribed period of time with the armed forces and who is no longer an active member of the armed forces

A

Veteran

247
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a set of two candles that may be placed one at the head and one at the foot of the casket during the visitation period

A

Vigil lights

248
Q

Time set aside for friends and relatives to pay respects to the deceased prior to the funeral service

A
  • Visitation
  • Calling hours
  • Visiting hours
249
Q

The collection, tabulation, and interpretation of data concerning birth, marriage, divorce, sickness, and death

A

Vital statistics

250
Q

Historically a watch kept over the deceased

A

Wake

251
Q

An all-night vigil

A

Wake

252
Q

In the Roman Catholic faith, a prayer or scripture service usually held at the funeral home the evening before the Funeral Mass

A
  • Wake service
  • Vigil service
  • Rosary service
253
Q

A brief expression of gratitude to the congregation for their presence at the Buddhist service

A

Words of appreciation

254
Q

In the Jewish faith, the anniversary of the death

A

Yahrzeit

255
Q

In the Jewish faith, the skullcap worn by the men at temple services and funeral services

A
  • Yarmulke
  • Kippah
  • Yamaka
256
Q

In the Jewish faith, a memorial service recited four times a year

A

Yizkor

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