How would you say: I live in the cemetery, in Hungarian? I am a zombie, by the way.
Why is it 'at the cemetery' instead of 'in'? Wouldn't 'at' be more like -nel, with accent?
In this case, the person leaves at the cemetary. "In" implies buried there. We would say "at." It is also possible and more common than not to say "I'm at the store," rather than "in the store."
Only if the house or tent is actually built among the graves would I use "in." And that's pretty rare, I'd think.
The -ben suffix implies that the person's house is indeed inside the cemetery. Maybe the person lives in a small chapel on the burial ground; the cemetery in my hometown has one of those.