[fyoo-neer-ee-uh l] /fyuˈnɪər i əl/
of or suitable for a .
mournful; gloomy; dismal:
a funereal aloofness that was quite chilling.
suggestive of a funeral; gloomy or mournful Also funebrial (fjuːˈniːbrɪəl)
1725, from funeral by influence of Middle French funerail, from Latin funereus “of a funeral,” from funus “funeral; death.”
[fyoo-nest] /fyuˈnɛst/ adjective 1. boding or causing evil or death; fatal; disastrous. adj. “portending death,” 1550s (implied in funestal), from Middle French funeste “unlucky” (14c.), from Latin funestus “causing death, destructive; mournful,” from funus (see funeral (n.)).
/ˈfʌnˌfɛə/ noun 1. (Brit) an amusement park or fairground
noun 1. an amusement park.
[fuhn-fest] /ˈfʌnˌfɛst/ noun 1. a party or other gathering for and entertainment.