09994943-n 'someone who is no longer alive';
Catalan mort , finada , finat , difunt , difunta , morta
English decedent2 () , dead person1 , deceased1 , dead soul , deceased person , departed ()
Basque zendu , hildako , defuntu , hil
Farsi شخص متوفی , مرحوم
Finnish kuollut , edesmennyt , vainaja
French défunt , décédé
Galician morto , defunto
Croatian pokojnik
Indonesian arwah , mendiang
Italian estinto , scomparso , morto , defunto
Japanese 故人 , 死者 , 死人 , 死びと , 帰らぬ人 , 仏様 , 亡き者 , 亡き人 , 死亡者 , 無き者 , 彼方者 , , 物故者 , 昔人 , 不帰の客 , 亡者 , 枯骨
Lithuanian velionis , numirėlis , mirusysis , negyvėlis
Dutch dood , overleden , doodgegaan , gestorven , heengegaan
Polish sztywny , umrzyk , umarlak , truposzczak
Portuguese falecido , morte
Romanian decedat , mort , defunct , dispărut , răposat
Slovak zomrelá osoba , zosnulý , zosnulá osoba , zomrelý , nebožtík
Slovene pokojnik , pokojnica , rajnik
Spanish muerto
Thai คนตาย , ผู้เสียชีวิต
Malaysian arwah , mendiang
Definitions
Japanese
もう生きていない人 ― 死者が何をしたのだろうと思う
Romanian
persoană care nu mai trăiește, care a murit
English
someone who is no longer alive ― I wonder what the dead person would have done
Relations
Hyponym: infernal zombi
Hypernym: person
Instance: lazarus
Holonym–Member: dead
Semantic Field: personn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ Dead

TempoWN: (Past: 0.103; Present: 0.000; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.38) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.12)


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