GRAVE, n. A place in which the dead are laid to await the coming of the medical student.
Beside a lonely grave I stood —With brambles 'twas encumbered;The winds were moaning in the wood,Unheard by him who slumbered,A rustic standing near, I said:"He cannot hear it blowing!""'Course not," said he: "the feller's dead —He can't hear nowt that's going.""Too true," I said; "alas, too true —No sound his sense can quicken!""Well, mister, wot is that to you? —The deadster ain't a-kickin'."I knelt and prayed: "O Father, smileOn him, and mercy show him!"That countryman looked on the while,And said: "Ye didn't know him."—Pobeter Dunko
2010 Update: The whole Earth and any portion thereof set aside for one individual's excess capacity. A typical grave has room enough for a human's heart, skin, brain, bones, muscles and sinews but not his ambition which must be interred separately in an earlier rite.