BURY: To place, put or deposit a dead human body in a grave, crypt, tomb or sepulcher.
CEMETERY: A place set apart for the burial of the dead and includes not only the lots of interring or depositing said bodies but also includes avenues, walks and grounds for shrubbery, trees and ornamental purposes.
COLUMBARIUM: A vault or other structure with recesses or niches in the walls to receive the ashes of the dead.
CREMATE: The reduction of the body of a deceased person to cremated remains in a crematorium.
CREMATED REMAINS: Human remains after cremation in a crematorium.
CREMATORIUM: A building containing the furnace for cremating remains but may also include a columbarium.
CRYPT: A vault or chamber for the reception of dead human bodies.
DEAD HUMAN BODY: The remains of a dead human, or any part thereof, and shall include cremated remains.
ENTOMB: The deposit of a dead human body in a grave, crypt or sepulcher.
GRAVE: An excavation made in the earth to receive, place or deposit a dead human body.
INTER: The act of depositing the remains of a dead human body in a grave, tomb, sepulcher, crypt, columbarium, mausoleum or urn.
MAUSOLEUM: A tomb of monumental and architectural structure.
NICHE: A hollowed space or recess built into a wall where a cinerary urn is to be set.
SEPULCHER: A tomb, grave, or other burial place.
TOMB: A vault or chamber partially or entirely above the ground for the reception of dead human bodies. (Ord. 856, 4-6-2010)