[in-hyoom or, often, -yoom] /ɪnˈhyum or, often, -ˈyum/
verb (used with object), inhumed, inhuming.
to bury; inter.
(transitive) to inter; bury
c.1600 (implied in inhumed), from Latin inhumare “to bury,” literally “to put into the ground,” from in- “in” (see in- (2)) + humus “earth, soil” (see humus).
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masc. proper name, from Spanish Iñigo, probably from Latin Ignatius.
[ih-nim-i-kuh l] /ɪˈnɪm ɪ kəl/ adjective 1. adverse in tendency or effect; unfavorable; harmful: a climate inimical to health. 2. unfriendly; hostile: a cold, inimical gaze. /ɪˈnɪmɪkəl/ adjective 1. adverse or unfavourable 2. not friendly; hostile adj. 1640s, from Late Latin inimicalis “hostile,” from Latin inimicus “unfriendly, an enemy” (see enemy).