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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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One such project was gathering funds to buy a horse-drawn hearse for Ninebanks to bring dignity to funerals.
A NEW hearse painted in the colours of the rainbow is being unveiled at a leading Pride festival.
Discovering that there is no procedure for the transfer of deceased persons from one side to the other, the man's son was able to arrange for a Strovolos municipality hearse to transport his father to a crossing point, where another hearse -- a 'Turkish Cypriot' one -- would pick him up and take him to Kyrenia.
A spokesman said: "A recent survey we conducted, revealed that one in five people would want their final journey to take place in a vehicle that reflected their favourite hobby or pastime, with horse drawn and bicycle hearses topping the list.
AVID Wrexham AFC fans can bow out in style - by making their final journey in a red hearse emblazoned with the club badge.
in Morrilton, employs 15 people, and additional workers are expected to be hired because of an increase in orders, Neal said, noting that 17 of the retro-style hearses are on back order.
THE funeral of an Only Fools and Horses fan matched the much-loved sitcom for laughs when a yellow Reliant Regal was used as a hearse - and had to have a jump-start outside the church.
THE funeral of an Only Fools and Horses fan matched the much-loved sitcom for laughs when the yellow Reliant Regal was used as a hearse - and had to have a jump start outside the church.
MOURNERS followed the wrong hearse for nine miles in a mix-up the vicar said could have come straight out of TV's Only Fools And Horses.
It caters for all religions and faiths and offers a high-quality fleet of Volvo and Jaguar hearses and limousines.
Prescott residents release balloons into the sky in memory of the firefighters after the procession of hearses carrying the remains of the 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting team, who were killed fighting the Yarnell Fire, pass by their fire station in Prescott, Arizona on July 7.
Local funeral directors also arranged a presentation of funeral vehicles including a modern hearse and limousines, several traditional horse drawn hearses, a motorcycle hearse and even a VW campervan.