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hearse

a vehicle, such as a specially designed car or carriage, used to carry a coffin to a place of worship and ultimately to a cemetary or crematorium

What does it mean when you dream about a hearse?

Dreaming about a hearse can be a reminder of our mortality. Otherwise, a part of ourselves or a part of our life that has died. (See also Burial, Coffin, Crypt, Dead/Death, Grave).

hearse

hearse
1. A framework of metal bars or rods placed over a tomb or coffin of a noble or very important person.
2. A canopy, usually of openwork or trellis, set over a bier, or more rarely over a permanent tomb; used especially to support candles, lighted at times of ceremony.
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George then began to work part time, driving limo and working as an attendant for area funeral homes; which led him to becoming a professional attendant and funeral coach driver, for nearly thirty years, at Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel.
Upon completion, this ordinary bike is transformed into a motortrike with added gears to pull a matching glass funeral coach fit for anyone looking to break tradition.