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grave 1 (grāv)n.1. a. An excavation for the interment of a corpse.b. A place of burial.2. Death or extinction: faced the grave with calm resignation.[Middle English, from Old English græf; see ghrebh- in Indo-European roots.]grave 2 (grāv)adj. grav·er, grav·est 1. Requiring serious thought; momentous: a grave decision in a time of crisis.2. Fraught with danger or harm: a grave wound.3. Dignified and somber in conduct or character: a grave procession. See Synonyms at serious.4. Somber or dark in hue.5. (also gräv) Linguistics a. Written with or modified by the mark ( ` ), as the è in Sèvres.b. Of or referring to a phonetic feature that distinguishes sounds produced at the periphery of the vocal tract, as in labial and velar consonants and back vowels.n. (also gräv) See grave accent.[French, from Old French, from Latin gravis; see gwerə- in Indo-European roots.]grave′ly adv.grave′ness n.grave 3 (grāv)tr.v. graved, grav·en (grā′vən) or graved, grav·ing, graves 1. To sculpt or carve; engrave.2. To stamp or impress deeply; fix permanently.[Middle English graven, from Old English grafan; see ghrebh- in Indo-European roots.]grave 4 (grāv)tr.v. graved,